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How can i reactivate my disabled facebook account

I have just reset password and logged onto my facebook profile. I started adding friends and suddenly i was kicked out and then account was disabled

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Facebook should have sent an email to the address associated with the facebook account notifying the user that the account has been disabled. You will have to contact facebook to have it reactivated.

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SOURCE: account disabled

Kindly try this few steps: can you stil remember your account username and password? 
if it was closed by adminstrator you must email appeals@facebook.com
*major changes made*
To Reactivate your facebook *in four steps* You should do the following:
1) Log-in with your email and password
2) There will be a red sign that says you have tried to log-in with a deactivated account. They will use your email that you used to register to send a email about reactivation! subject will say-Facebook Reactivation Confirmation
3) In the email there is a link that you must follow (which typed in blue) that will lead to a new window (pop-up window)
4) Thats how to reactivate your facebook! if it was closed by adminstrator you must email appeals@facebook.com


*major changes made*
To Reactivate your facebook *in four steps* You should do the following:
1) Log-in with your email and password
2) There will be a red sign that says you have tried to log-in with a deactivated account. They will use your email that you used to register to send a email about reactivation! subject will say-Facebook Reactivation Confirmation
3) In the email there is a link that you must follow (which typed in blue) that will lead to a new window (pop-up window)
4) Thats how to reactivate your facebook! Source(s):Related to my other client's problem i solved. 
If it works then you can save your facebook account otherwise you are going to register again if the admin won't reply or allow your account to be active again.
Hope this help you.If you need more assistance  just contact me.Thanks

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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e-mail them or call them. I can suggest nothing further because I do not have access to there servers. Tell them your problem.

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SOURCE: Can't log into facebook without reactivating an old account...

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

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I have the exact same problem, since july this year..

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...you will have to know what email address you submitted when you opened your fb account.......If you've forgotten....then ask your friends to look on your profile page.......

once you know what email address you used then sign in again using that email address and password.......If you've forgotten your password, then just click the line that says "forgot password" and follow the directions.......good luck

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if it was closed by adminstrator you must email appeals@facebook.com
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To Reactivate your facebook *in four steps* You should do the following:
1) Log-in with your email and password
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1) Log-in with your email and password
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3) In the email there is a link that you must follow (which typed in blue) that will lead to a new window (pop-up window)
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