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Help Somebody made a fake facebook posting my daughter pic and writting un true things next to her pic. This is an criminal act and i have the person n4 who made the page im try ing to trace it back so i can go to the police can u help me?

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Report this to Facebook, they will be help you take appropriate action if required.

http://www.facebook.com/help/?safety=parents

Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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Go to that page, scroll down and on the left hand side, there are options. Report/Block user is one of them.

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It is the rule of Facebook that nobody can post anything about any person unless he is the official stakeholder. So if you will provide the Facebook staff with your daughter's id and other details, then you would be able to report this page as fake and get it closed.
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Can anyone help me and explain to me why my account has been disabled?


YOU CAN FIND IT ON THE FAQ LINK PROVIDED BY FACEBOOK-

Your account was disabled because you violated Facebooks Terms of Use, to which you agreed when you first registered for an account on the site. Accounts can either be disabled for repeat offenses or for one, particularly egregious violation. I\'ve read the Terms of Use of FaceBook before I registered for an account and after reading it for the 2nd time, I\'m pretty sure I did not violate any of them.
Facebook does not allow users to register with fake names, to impersonate any person or entity, or to falsely state or otherwise misrepresent themselves or their affiliations. I used RJ instead of Rocky John as my first name, does it count as fake? All my FaceBook friends know that I never impersonated or falsely represented any person or entity.
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First thing you need to do is report it to the police epically if you don't know or don't trust the person that is doing it, because they could be using your daughters identity on other websites that you don't know about.


if someone has created an account to impersonate or imitate you, please go to the impostor profile and click "Report/block this person" at the bottom of the left column. Check the "Report this Person" box, choose "Fake Profile" as the reason, and add "Impersonating me or someone else" as the report type. Be sure to add a valid web address (URL) leading to the real profile so that we can review the information.

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