I like to use my facebook account to communicate top people from haiti,but recently someone hicked into my account and used it.they took my passed code and now my account is disabled what should i do to get it back up again?My name is IRVENS FEDE,my account or my email is firstname.lastname@example.org would like to get it back because its the only way i can communicate to people from Haiti.Please I really need it.
Re: Someone hicked into my account now its disabled,
Your account has been disabled.Facebook accounts that have been reported or detected for policy violations may be disabled by Facebook.
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You have the right of appeal. You just have to prove you are not impersonating someone. One thing you must do is use your real name and if your name is the same as someone famous, you will have to prove your name is real, by sending a photograph of ID. Your Facebook account must be in the name of Donna Marcus. If your displayed name is something like 'Donna Lilly', you can change it. You can respond to either the email or from within the App under Settings - Support Centre.
I see three Donna Lilly Marcus accounts.Two say Northeastern State University, one lives at Seneca Missouri, and has a picture of a church and bible and the other says 'from Marion Kentucky' and has 4 friends. The third is Greyed out as though it is new or recently closed.
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Was your account disabled by Facebook? I've experienced this too [changing my password] when I was trying to revive one of my disabled accounts, thinking that by resetting the password I could get back, but to no avail. It was a fake account and they won't accept the ID's I've submitted.
To disable the account you would need to log into the account and disable it. You could create your new account and report the original account as compromised to Facebook support and they will most likely delete the account pending an investigation.
No one likes the idea of losing control of personal information such as that which is on your Facebook account. Unfortunately, if you are not careful you can lose control of your account to a hacker or a virus. Your account may be disabled, or you might not be able to log in with your password. There are several ways that things can go wrong, and the Facebook team addresses all of them.
Account Compromised and Disabled
If someone else is using your Facebook account for illicit activities such as sending spam or abusive messages, Facebook will disable it if the activities have been detected. If this is the case, your account has been compromised. To address this problem, fill out the "My Personal Profile Was Disabled" form, at http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=disabled. The Facebook team will work with you to restore your account to you.
Account Disabled but Not Compromised
Everyone who registers as a Facebook user agrees with Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. If you violate this agreement, Facebook can disable your account permanently. If your account has not been compromised but you believe it was disabled by mistake, fill out the "My Personal Profile Was Disabled" form (http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=disabled). The Facebook team will review your case and restore your account if you did not violate policy.
Sometimes Facebook temporarily disables accounts that are engaged in suspicious behavior. If this is the case with your account, you will receive a message indicating this when you try to log in. Follow the on-screen instructions to regain access to your account.
Account Compromised and Login Changed
If someone has taken over your account and changed your password so you cannot access it, Facebook will help you take back control. Report the compromised account and work with Facebook to verify your identity to get it back.
Here are the reasons why your account was disabled
Facebook accounts that have been reported or detected for policy violations may be disabled by Facebook. Possible reasons include, but are not restricted to:
Continued prohibited behavior after receiving a warning or multiple warnings from Facebook
Unsolicited contact with others for the purpose of harassment, advertising, promoting, dating, or other inappropriate conduct
Use of a fake name
Impersonation of a person or entity, or other misrepresentation of identity
Posted content that violates Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities (this includes any obscene, pornographic, or sexually explicit photos, as well as any photos that depict graphic violence. We also remove content, photo or written, that threatens, intimidates, harasses, or brings unwanted attention or embarrassment to an individual or group of people)
If you have not posted violating content or otherwise violated our Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, keep in mind that your account may have been recently compromised by someone else. Also, our systems sometimes disable accounts temporarily for security reasons.
1.) Go to Account Settings
2.) Select Notifications at the top
3.) Find "Someone is Interested" and unselect it
1.) Vai al Impostazioni account
2.) Selezionare Notifiche in cima
3.) Trovare "Qualcuno ? interessato" e deselezionare la
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