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Don't do it!!!! It's the season for identity theft. NEVER give your personal info out to anyone
Posted on Dec 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
contact facebook immidatelly, report abuse at once.
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Posted on May 09, 2010
SOURCE: facebook has blocked access to
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STOP! Do not send anything yet. This may be a scam. Do not click on the link in your email!
Let's start from the beginning. When you attempt to log into your Facebook account - if your account is being blocked by Facebook - you will receive a notice that your account is being blocked. It is a very clear notice.
Facebook then requires you to go online and fill out one of two forms:
Click here for online form (if you violated the facebook terms and statement of rights and responsibilities)
Click here for other online form (if your account was blocked because of security reasons - phishing, hacking, scam, etc)...
If your Facebook account has been hacked, your password may have been changed. If so, the person(s) responsible could easily have sent you an email requesting that you send them a copy of your I.D.
You can determine if your password has been changed by 'Identifying Your Account'. Click here first to do that:
Identify My Account
If you cannot Identify your account, click here: HELP!
If you received a link in your email to provide Facebook with additional information, make sure that you are on a REAL Facebook page. In your browser's URL window, you'll see the Facebook icon.
You'll see http://www.facebook.com
Report this email request for ID to Facebook. If it's a scam, they'll email you and let you know:
send an email to: email@example.com
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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