For several reasons, including using a false name, using a personal account rather than a business page for promotional purposes, or violating the site’s policies, Facebook suspends user accounts. Another instance of a suspended Facebook account is suspicious login activity that seems to suggest unauthorized access or a computer malware infestation. You can normally regain access to your account in a couple of hours or a day if you complete one or more several security procedures.
Facebook will notify you ‘Because your real name is not listed in your profile, your account has been temporarily suspended. People utilize their real identities on the Facebook network. For you to always know whom you are connect with, we require everyone to enter their true name and birthdate. Please see our naming policy for more information.’ So in this blog, we will guide you through what to do if ‘Facebook suspended my account.’
To recover the suspended Facebook account following steps are needed to be followed:
Confirmation of Identity
You must upload a JPEG file with a scan or photo of a government-issued ID and verify your complete name on Facebook. Your real name and date of birth, which the service asks you to enter as identifying information on your account, are verified by Facebook using the ID. Professional titles, numerals, symbols, or offensive language are not permit in your name. If your nickname also functions as a form of your real name, like Jeff for Jeffrey, you can use it in place of your true first or middle name. Any government ID that includes your name and birthdate is accept by Facebook. Two more kinds of identification, such as utility bills, medical records, pay stubs, and library cards, are also acceptable.
Identification Of Photos Of Facebook Friends
Facebook wants you to identify the people in a series of photos that were assemble as part of a photo security check using your own image uploads. If you’ve added a lot of images with strangers in groups with your friends and acquaintances, you might not be able to go through the photo security check the first time. When you try again after a few hours have passed, Facebook will show you another set of pictures to recognize.
Answering The Security Question
Facebook gives you the option to establish a security question and answer that you can use to prove your identity, similar to many other online account sources. Choose something simple for you to remember but difficult for others to guess since once you make your choice, you cannot change it. You can use this identity check instead of providing an alternative email address and password to restore access to a suspended Facebook account. Call your pals whom you designated as trusted contacts on your account if you can’t recall the answer and give them a Web link where they can go to get a security code for you. You may add three to five reliable.