How to able a disabled Facebook account: If you want to recover your Facebook account back to the normal state where you can start right away posting your updates, chatting with friends, even playing games, etc?. The good news is: Yes, you can Recover/Enable your Disabled Facebook Account!
So how do you know if your Facebook account has been disabled?
If your Facebook account has been disabled, when you try to log in, you’ll see a message saying that your account is disabled.
Coming to the other case, if your Facebook account is temporarily locked, then you can log into that particular account by answering your security question or by doing Photo-Identification process, etc. Where are for the disabled account, you should submit a Valid proof or photo ID of yours!
Why a Facebook account gets disabled?
In general, a facebook account gets disabled if you violate term & Conditions of Facebook.
- Posting content that doesn’t follow the Facebook Terms
- Using a fake profile name
- Impersonating someone
- Continuing behavior that’s not allowed on Facebook by violating their Community Standards!
- Contacting other people for the purpose of harassment, advertising, promoting, or other conduct that’s not allowed!
Or even if some people reports badly about your profile, then there are chances for facebook staff to officially disable your account. For certain violations, Facebook won’t even issue a warning too before disabling your account.
Actually, the “Disable” is of two types, TEMPORARILY DISABLE and PERMANENT DISABLE.
‘Temporary disable’ will display a message – ‘Account disabled’ when you log in, as I shown in this below Picture
“Permanent disable” means you’ll never get back your Facebook account. It look’s like a kind of this when you try to log in,
So check what message is it displaying when you’re trying to log in. If it says as ‘Permanent disable’, then I’m sorry, this post is not for you. You can never get back a permanent disabled account by following any trick/method on any website!!
Only the Temporarily disabled accounts can perform the method which I wrote below,
There’s only one way to recover your disabled Facebook account,
i.e, by submitting an appeal,
So to submit an appeal, click the below Appeal button.
APPEAL MY DISABLED FACEBOOK ACCOUNT
Fill that form and you have to upload your Valid government-issued ID like a Passport or Driver’s license, etc and When your uploading finishes, finally click ‘Send’ button.
Anything that upload should contain either your name and date of birth or your name and photo
- Driver’s license
- Voter ID card
- Birth certificate
- Personal or vehicle insurance card
- Marriage certificate
- Official name change paperwork
- Green card, residence permit or immigration papers
- Tax identification card
If you don’t have a government-issued proof/photo ID, you can submit copies of any 2 different items in the list of below (Group Two) examples,
The name on the items that you upload should be the same name that you want to show on your profile.
Also, later you may be asked to provide something from the list that also shows a photo or date of birth that matches the details on your Facebook account
- Credit card
- Bank statement
- Utility bill
- School ID card
- Library card
- Health insurance
Good luck and let me know in Comments!
PART – 2
So after submitting the form, what’s next?
Once you submit your proof, WAIT until facebook reactivates it, it may take 2-7 days time for them to reactivate an account in general.
So check your email inbox daily which you have connected to that particular Fb account. They may send you details about your account activation status or rejection status. Or simply login into your Fb account so that you can know whether it is still disabled or got reactivated.
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