How do I complain about Facebook restrictions?
If your account has been restricted you can appeal the decision.
To do this:
- Go to the request review page.
- Log in to your account using an email address or mobile phone number.
- Provide your full name as listed on your Facebook account.
- Upload your ID.
- Submit the information.
How do I contact Facebook support?
Different Ways to Contact Facebook Support
- firstname.lastname@example.org – This is the most general, basic support email. …
- email@example.com – You can use this email to contact Facebook to try to recover disabled or hacked accounts, if you need to reset your password, or if you’re having problems accessing a page.
Can I appeal a Facebook ban?
You can file an appeal for a Facebook review. Once it is done you will get an email about the outcome of your appeal. Either the website will accept or reject it. There have been many cases where people have won the appeals and the site has restored their functionality.
How do I contact Facebook by email?
firstname.lastname@example.org – This is a very basis support email and you should be very, very detailed about your issue if you use this general email address.
Can I talk to a live person at Facebook?
Yes, you can contact and speak with a representative at Facebook. The social media network Facebook lets you connect with others around the world in real time via a live chat or through posting messages on member’s walls.
How do I contact Facebook after being banned?
If you were banned from Facebook for no reason, follow these steps to submit your request:
- Visit the Help Center and locate the review form.
- Fill out the name and email address boxes.
- Upload a photo of your ID.
- Tap Send.
How long do Facebook bans last for?
How long a Facebook ban can last depends on what you violated and how often. For repeat offenses, the block can last up to 30 days. But it’s not the worst part. In certain circumstances, an account can be banned permanently with no way to unblock it.
What words will get you banned from Facebook?
An example given for a sentence not allowed is: ‘It’s disgusting and repulsive how fat and ugly John Smith is. ‘ But the document adds: ‘We do not remove content like “frizzy hair,” “lanky arms,” “broad shoulders,” etc. since “frizzy,” “lanky,” and “broad,” are not deficient or inferior, and therefore not degrading.”’