Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
Call your old phone number, talk to the new owner, explain the problem and ask them to text you the reset code when they get it.
Posted on Jun 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Facebook Password Reset
Sorry to say, but there is no way for Facebook to confirm you as the real you since your email no longer exists. They need to send you a confirmation email typically and since they can't, the only solution is to create a new account. Facebook is not good at responding to their customer service emails. You should also try to post your question in their "help center" section or look through already asked questions.. there may be a better solution there.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
That is simialr to my problem and I was told by the Geek Squad that I was hacked and need facebook to help reopen my account as it is affecting even my yahoo account
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Clear your cache and delete all of your cookies in your browser. In your browser, type in the address bar http://www.facebook.com/login (which doesnt exist).This will take you to a different login page which reads: "The page you requested was not found."
At the top of this page is a login box. Try using this login box to login to facebook. If you are using the Adblock extension with Firefox, and subscribe to an ad list (basically a list of known ads online), it blocks a special site (fbcdn.net) that Facebook uses to login. Go to: http://www.facebook.com/login.php (the page you are having trouble logging in) and click on the Adblock Stop Sign on top of Firefox, and you will see in red a url that includes fbcdn.net. Right click on that, and add an exception for the entire fbcdn.net domain. Reload the page. This should fix the problem.
You can also use a Proxy Server to connect to Facebook.com. Search Proxy in GOOGLE,select Proxy Server and type in facebook.com (in the proxy server webpage).Finally now you can login into your facebook account.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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