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I was using facebook yesterday afternoon. This morning when I came into my office, I switched on my laptop. I connected to the internet I tried to log in on facebook, but I got a little message that said someone has logged into my account and now I have to verify my account. but, my number on my fb profile and my current cellphone number differs so I cant receive a verification code. I do have my profile on facebook for almost seven years and I really don't want to loose it. Can someone please help?
Posted by Anonymous on
Make a new account and go to facebook help or use some one else's account and do the same. facebook may close the account down, but at least the account will be close. if not they will ask you for your old details, in future put a facebook lock on your account then only changes can be changed by your phone number, they send you a text and you have to say its you or they ask for a number, you can even lock the account to your devices, up to 10 devices. then if anyone tries to log on it will not let them and inform you that there is strange activity on your login.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would try resetting the password and then trying to login again with your cell phone. There should be a place where you can reset your password it is under forgot password reset your password there and then see if this works.
Posted on May 02, 2010
you can reset you password by visiting
1- Enter your email where it says "Option 1"
2-Click Search button
3- you'll be asked to enter two words for the security check
4-after that an email will be sent to you in order to reset your password
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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