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How do I set up a facebook foundation or organization? - (I don't want a personal account)

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    My charitable foundation FB account is actually a page within my personal FB account. How can I fix this and separate the two accounts?

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When you first go to the facebook web page there is a link to "create a page for a celebrity, band, or business." It i located right under the big green sign up button. If you are already signed into facebook you will need to sign out to find this.

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There is an set up in that name. Called Facebook Department Foundation and Poverty Eradication.
So there should be some way of contacting them to see if they operating such a scheme. Check that out before replying. As with all these things. NEVER give personal details, especially bank account details or log in details.

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I need to change my email Facebook. No password for it. Someone else set Facebook account up.


To add or remove an email address from your account:
  1. Click in the top right corner of Facebook and select Settings.
  2. Click Contact.
  3. Click Add another contact to add a new email to your account or click Remove to delete an email from your account.
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  5. Enter your password.
  6. Click Submit.
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Cant get into facebookpage wont come up


The term "Facebook Page" is meant to refer to a page on Facebook created by a business or organization, rather than an individual person.

A true "page" has a "Like" button users can click on to start following.
But most users will refer to "my Facebook page" in a way that's synonymous with their Facebook profiles, the page that shows information a user has chosen to share about herself on Facebook.

There are a number of reasons you might be having trouble viewing either of these kinds of pages.
Trouble Creating a Facebook Page
If you want to create a Facebook Page for an organization, you must be an official representative of that organization.

For example, if you are a member of the congregation at a certain church, that doesn't give you the authority to create a page for that church; if you are the pastor or other person on staff at the church, you are an official representative able to create a page for that church.

Likewise, if you're a fan of a certain band or artist, you can't create a page for that artist, but you can create a Facebook Group and invite other fans to join.

For some famous people and recognized organizations, Facebook will need to verify that you are an official representative before it will let you create a page.

Page Not Yet Published

Facebook lets you work on your page in private before showing it to the world. So you can add items and generally set it up, but it won't be viewable by others until you click on the "Publish" button near the top right.

So if you think you've created a page but no one else can view it, or you can't view it from another computer, check to see if you "Published" it yet.

How to View Your Facebook Page Facebook doesn't really make it easy to find your Facebook Page.
If you are logged into Facebook with your personal account, you might think there should be a place that lists the Pages you are an administrator for.

But it's not that simple.
The best way to find it is to go to the Facebook Manage Pages page (see Below) to see a list of pages you administer.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/manage

Or you can type the name of your page into the search box at the top of Facebook.
Facebook Known Issues
Sometimes Facebook is really busy with lots of traffic from its millions of users.
At these times, whether you're trying to see your business page or just your personal profile, you may wait longer than normal or not be able to see certain features at all.

Sometimes this is cleared up on its own, and sometimes it takes awhile.
Facebook has a page that will tell you about issues it is working to fix.

Visit the page (see Resources) to see if there is something that's currently a problem, or "Like" it to see updates from this page right in your News Feed on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/KnownIssues

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Wont accept my password 4 facebook mixing me up with person of same name


Facebook is a social network website where people can interact with their friends online. Users can share what they're doing or thinking, and they can share links and videos and comment on things their friends share.

But the rule is that you have to be yourselfand use your own name.

In trying to verify such things, the computer verification system inevitably makes mistakes, so it might have made a mistake if it rejected the name you tried to use.
Facebook Name Standards

Facebook wants people to be themselves and not pretend to be someone else, so it requires users to use their real first and last names when they sign up for a Facebook personal profile.

This means that you can't pretend to be your friend Joe, you can't sign up for a Facebook account under your pet's name, you can't use a name you use in a video game or the name of a movie character.

Also, couples are not supposed to sign up for a single account using both their names. Names can be rejected if they contain symbols, numerals or punctuation, or are capitalized in an unusual way.

You also shouldn't include a title such as Mr. or Dr.
You can add a nickname or maiden name in place of a middle name because Facebook realizes people are sometimes known under different names for legitimate reasons.

Email Address Problems

To keep people from signing up for more than one personal profile, Facebook won't let you sign up for two Facebook accounts using the same email address.

If you find there is already a Facebook account associated with your email address, ask to have the password sent to you and verify whether it's your account and you just forgot you set it up.

Also, make sure you type the address in the correct format.
It needs to have an @ sign and a complete domain name; "@gmail" is not correct, but instead should be "@gmail.com" for example.

If your email address begins with "info" or "webmaster" Facebook may assume this is a generic address for an organization and not an individual.
How to Protest

If you are convinced you are trying to use a name that is allowed and still getting rejected, you can fill out the Facebook "Name Rejected" form (facebook.com/help/reg.php?show form=name rejected).

Remember also that you have to be 13 years of age or older to be a Facebook member.
The form asks for your date of birth, so that could trigger a rejection also if you are too young.
Other Options

If you are associated with a business, a brand or an event, you can create a Facebook Page (also sometimes called a Fan Page or a Business Page).

You can do this at Facebook's Create a Page section (facebook.com/pages/create.php) to represent a business, place, company, organization, brand or product, artist, band, public figure, some form of entertainment, cause or community.

You can also create a group at the Groups page (facebook.com/groups).

These are options to let you interact on Facebook if you represent something that is not an individual person.
If your Facebook profile is still unavailable after many days, then send an email to
info@facebook.com,
appeals@facebook.com or
disabled@facebook.com and explain them the issue.

http://www.facebook.com/help/?page=121467344601554

Once you send them an email, your account will be available again soon.

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A person on Facebook I don't know and who is certainly not a friend sent me an email in my personal Yahoo! account commenting on my Profile Picture! While the comment was nice, I have my privacy...


Your account has been discovered by someone to not have all the security activated and they have extracted all the information they were able out of it.
You can either go into the setting and put everything on private (but this is like closing the barn doors after the horses have bolted) or, best, delete the account. You can wait for 3 months then use another e-mail address to create another account if you really need it.

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Please note that Facebook account names must adhere to the following authenticity standards:
  • Your full first and last name must be listed. Nicknames can be listed if they are a variation of your first or last name, but only in the format "First Name ‘Nickname’ Lastname."
  • Accounts are for personal use only. To represent a celebrity, business or brand, please create a Facebook Page. Pages are for representing a real public figure, artist, brand or organization and may only be created by an official representative of that entity. For more information about Facebook Pages, please click here.
  • Professional and religious titles are not allowed in account names.
  • You can list your maiden name as your alternate name on the Account Settings page. Please note that account names that include "was", "nee", and "formerly" are not allowed.
  • Accounts can represent one person only. Accounts representing groups, families, or couples are not allowed.
Facebook reviews every name change request before it is approved. If your real, full first and last name has been rejected, you can submit your request for further review. Please select the option that best describes your issue:
  • I'm already registered, but I need to change my name: Please submit your name change request and allow 24 hours for the submission to be approved. Facebook reviews each name change request that is submitted. Due to the volume of requests we receive, your request may not be processed immediately. If you have already submitted the request and the 24 hours have expired, please submit your report to Facebook.
  • I'm trying to sign up for a new account to use as a personal profile: While signing up for a personal profile, please ensure that your full name does not contain any invalid punctuation and that it contains a full last name. If you're still having problems signing up for a personal profile, please submit a report.

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How do i change a personal facebook account, with a Business Name, to a Business type account?


Fro my research on your topic it seems a lot of people have had the same problem. I also read that Facebook took this feature option away.
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Want to set up a business presence on Facebook but don’t want to have a personal presence? No problem! A little known feature of Facebook is the ability to create business accounts. However if you already have a personal account, keep in mind that you cannot create a separate business account. However if you would like to avoid setting up a personal account and would like to keep things professional, you can take a few steps to get things configured.

From the business account you will be able to manage Facebook advertising campaigns as well as Facebook Pages. In order to get your business account set up, all you’ll need to do is create a Facebook Ad or create a Facebook Page. After you’ve created the page or advertisement, Facebook will ask you to enter your login information or the option to select “I do not have a Facebook account”. At that point all you need to do is enter your business email address and date of birth. That’s it! Now you have a business account on Facebook. One thing that you should keep in mind is that if you have a personal account and go through this process, there is a very good chance Facebook will shut down both accounts. In other words: don’t create multiple accounts. I have received multiple emails from people that don’t want to set up personal accounts though so for those individuals that have not explored Facebook, you can proceed to set up a business account.
While I think advertising on Facebook or creating a page doesn’t make much sense without thoroughly understanding how Facebook works, the company has at least provided the option for those that don’t want a personal account.

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I cannot get onto Facebook, not even for the exact problem as detailed on your Help section, becuase Facebook keeps telling e Invalid email address and that's nonsense.I get email all day long at...


Unfortunately Facebook does not support email addresses with generic prefixes (e.g. info@, webmaster@ etc.). You will need to use a personal email address that does not contain this type of prefix. Since email addresses of this nature are typically used for organizations and businesses, Facebook does not allow them to be used for personal Facebook accounts. There are no exceptions to this rule.
One thing you can do is to sign up for a gmail, hotmail, or yahoo account and have your email forwarded from there to your info@ email (for facebook notifications and such).
Hope this helps!!

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