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It does appear that some phishing on my FB account,may have created its suspension.To be re-instated by security,I now have to match names with pics of FB friends.I have well over a thousand friends now,and truthfully I do not know all the names,so I"M having problems to prove my identity yet these people are from my page."How can u help me to be re-instated and not lose any of my friends?" I would be willing to change my Password if needed.Thank u.

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None of us here can help you with that, only FB can. Contact them thru their help page and explain the situation. If you are convincing they will give you another set of friends to recognize and maybe you will have more luck. And the first thing you should do is to severely trim you friends list - leave less than 100 and this situation will not repeat itself.

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