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Perhaps someone might have reported your photography timeline as 'this person is representing a business or an organisation'. Try submitting a goverment ID of yourself and perhaps a business permit [if that photography business is a real, physical store or shop] and explain to them that you will eventually turn it into a Facebook page [which is what Facebook policy has stated].
If still you can't regain access to your photography timeline BUT you're able to see it [meaning, it's still visible to the public], then perhaps you can just start downloading everything [pics, videos, etc], and you might want to take screenshots just for posterity, especially in the About section. Then move on. Create a Facebook page or a Facebook group - whichever is most appealing for you. Or you can do both. And take note, a Facebook page can Like a post in a Facebook group as long as that Facebook group is set to Public. Your Facebook page Liking any post in your Facebook group or your Facebook page sharing a post off your Facebook group is one way of promoting both of them. Try it!
The BBB (BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU) has been advising members on Facebook to be extra careful when entering personal information on any site but here lately scammers have set up a page that looks like the real Facebook page. Before entering your private information I suggest logging off whatever site that is sending you these notices and log in to the real Facebook account. If you're still leery, try emailing or contacting Facebook yourself to verify any questions you may have concerning bills from them. I hope this helps you.
Sounds like you have been scammed by some person or persons. Go to Facebook's main login page, down at the bottom left is a link called Help that takes you to their Help Center. Use the contact information there to contact the real Facebook.
Did you mean your facebook inside pages are small in size and you not able to read?
If that then take Google chrome, open your facebook page and PRESS CONTROL and on the same time Press "+" symbol to make the page bigger and you can Press "-" symbol to make it small.
I hope it helps
we just need to add an S to http IN adrees baar we should put https://www.facebook.com instead of http://www.facebook.com...temporarily try this and after 1 week the facebook page will become normal...
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