Question about Facebook Social Network
I have had the same Facebook account for four years, and yet now when I try to log in I am informed that the service doesn't recognize my email address. Initially, I was able to log into my Facebook because my browser ha my email and password stored, but now I cannot log in. I know my profile still exists because my friends can still see it and I continue to get notifications via email. I have contacted Facebook by filling out a form on their website, but have received no response after several attempts. Please help -- I don't want to lose all of the info and photos and friends on my Facebook account.
I have the exact same problem, since july this year..
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
You can read my post on how to resolve this issue - worked yesterday for a client of mine who was having the exact same issue described here.
Posted on Feb 05, 2015
If anyone's still having the problem: http://www.fixya.com/support/t17068928-facebook_not_recognize_email_address
Yet I can't help, but you may try using the e-mail instead of your number or the number instead of your e-mail, try using the Forgot your password link.
Posted on Mar 15, 2013
I have this same problem that just started yesterday. I did find though that facebook assigns you an e-mail address in addition to your regular e-mail address when you set up your account. My regular e-mail is an @bellsouth.net address and the facebook address that they assigned (I did not ask for it) is firstname.lastname@example.org Maybe try your name with @facebook.com. I was able to log into my account using this facebook e-mail address and my regular password. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 10, 2012
I had the same problem so i logged on with my cell number and it worked i changed my password just incase.. your welcome in advance
Posted on Sep 07, 2012
I'm having the same issue I'm so frustrated! I tried to reset my password but it keeps saying my email doesn't exist, I've had facebook for about 5 years now! I contacted facebook and all they said was they couldn't find an account linked with that email. So I wrote back saying that was the problem that it was not recognizing my email.. Haven't heard back since..
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
I have the same issue. It fixed itself this morning for a while but now back to the same problem all day. It's terrible that Facebook offers no support for this.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Same thing is happening to me... I've tried to contact them but no answer so far... I wonder if it is because I have an new ISP with a new e-mail address attached to it ? I never use this e-mail address, especially in anything related to facebook. But is it possible that FB "recognized" that address and automatically deduced that it was my new contact address for them... I'm lost :-(
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
Same thing is happening to me as well... it worked perfectly yesterday night and then today it isn't working again! i don't think it could be a hacker because i haven't clicked on any suspicious links or anything. did u fix it yet?
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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