Question about Computers & Internet
I see this problem all the time. For whatever reason Facebook flags certain accounts thinking there is suspicious activity going on. I suggest you change your facebook password immediately just in case someone in fact is using your account without your knowledge. Then you will need to contact facebook through that link the provided, the one in your question there. And tell them you are certain there is no suspicious activity on your account, and you have changed your password to ensure that noone is using your account without your knowledge. These seem to be the magic words facebook needs to hear so they will "unlock" your account again and you will be back to normal. But you definitely need to contact them to get this to happen, but make sure you change your password first.
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Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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