Disabled/Deactivated Facebook Account - Here's How To Fix It

Disabled/Deactivated Facebook Account - Here's How To Fix It: Facebook (“FB” for short) is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. Facebook is the largest social networking service on the internet with over 2.2 billion active users; Belmadeng.com is broadcasting.

Disabled/Deactivated Facebook Account - Here's How To Fix It
Belmadeng.com — The Belmadeng team is providing answers to questions that Facebook users are having with their account. In today’s Q&A, a Facebook user wants to know how she can enable a disabled Facebook account.


Well, if you're among the over 2.2 billion Facebook users and also looking for tips on how you can enable a blocked or disabled account on Facebook, this guide will help you straight up. All that you need to do is to follow the instructions outlined here with keen attention.


Okay, without wasting must time, it's interesting to know that if your Facebook account is disabled, you won't be able to log in. Facebook has so many reasons why at some points, its get some account disabled. In same the way, there are several ways Facebook handle the disabled account.

How to know if your Facebook account has been disabled
If Facebook disabled your account, as a pro user, you'll know. The fact is, once you try logging to your account, Facebook will send you a message informing you that your account has been disabled. On the other hand, according to the Facebook help centre, if you don't see a disabled message when you try to log in to your account, you might be having a different login problem.

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My Personal Facebook account is disabled
Like we earlier stated, there are several reasons why Facebook may decide to disable your account. If for instance you're a Facebook user and your account doesn't comply with Facebook terms of use, Facebook may decide to take action against you by disabling your account. To clear you on that, here are some of the many reasons why Facebook may decide to disable your account.

1. Posting content that doesn't follow the Facebook Terms.

2. Using a fake name.

3. Impersonating someone.

4. Continuing behavior that's not allowed on Facebook by violating Facebook Community Standards.

5. Contacting other people for the purpose of harassment, advertising, promoting, or other conduct that's not allowed.

If Your Facebook Account Is Disabled
If Facebook mistakenly disabled your accout, you can use this form to submit an appeal to Facebook. Once you fill the form accordingly, Facebook will review it and if its does make sense, your account shall be enabled straight up.

If Your Friend's Facebook Account Is Blocked Or Disabled
Just like in the case where your account is disabled when your friend's account is disabled, the person will need to submit an appeal to Facebook using the email that was connected to his/her Facebook account.

If Your Child's Facebook Account Is Blocked Or Disabled
If your child's account is blocked, he/she can submit an appeal using the email that was connected to his/her Facebook account. Note that, because Facebook members 13 and older are considered authorized account holders, Facebook can't give you information about the account or take any action on the account at your request.

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Bonus!!!
If you want to see how you can deactivate your account via your personal computer, click here.

If you are yet to have an account, click here for a complete guide on how to create an awesome Facebook account.

If you don't want to deactivate your account temporarily, you can choose to delete it forever. Click here for our helpful tips on how you can delete Facebook account completely.


Disabled/Deactivated Facebook Account - Here's How To Fix It

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