Why did Facebook ban me for no reason?
It can happen for a number of reasons, but in general, the decision to ban your account comes from repeated violations of Facebook’s policies, numerous disapproved ads or a lot of complaints and angry reactions from users. If you didn’t do something really terrible, there’s a chance to restore the account.
How do I unban myself from Facebook?
You should contact an administrator at email@example.com with the subject “Please unban my Page” and some details on how the page was violated.
How do you check banned on Facebook?
View Banned Users
To view your list of users who are blocked or banned from your Facebook business page, log in as admin, then click the arrow next to the “Edit Page” button in the top menu. Select the “Banned Users” option from the drop-down menu to open the list of users who are banned from your page.
Can I appeal Facebook ban?
If you believe Facebook has wrongly disabled your account, you can submit an appeal for up to 30 days after deactivation. You’ll need to submit proof of identification, such as a driver’s license or government ID, and provide convincing evidence to regain access to your account.
How do I find a post I reported on Facebook?
If you’ve reported something for not following our Community Standards, you may have the option to check the status of your report from your Support Inbox. From this page, you can: Tap on any report to learn more about our policies.
How can I recover my Facebook account?
How do I recover an old Facebook account I can’t log into?
- Go to the profile of the account you’d like to recover.
- Tap and select Find Support or Report Profile.
- Choose Something Else, then tap Next.
- Tap Recover this account and follow the steps.