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Sunday, 17 March 2019

How to Recover Disabled Facebook Account

Being disabled on Facebook comes in two forms, the first part is when you Intentionally disable your account for sometime due to reasons best know to you and the other part is when Facebook disable you for some reasons on their end.
As usual, the first instance can be resolved by logging into your Facebook account and on the former you will be required to submit an appeal to Facebook to get your account back, and also note that if you delete your Facebook account it can’t be recovered.
Method 1 disabled by your own
1. Make sure you can still recover your account: If you’ve temporarily disabled your account, then, it can be recovered by inputting your details [Login to your account], however, if you scheduled your account for deletion; it can only be retrieved 30days from the day of your request.
2. Visit Facebook [www.facebook.com]homepage on your browser preferably.
3. Input your email address or the phone numberyou used in opening the given account.
4. Input your password in the box below the space for the former and make sure it’s accurate.
5. Click on Login: to sign in to your account.
6. Click on Cancel Account Deletion:
If you scheduled account deletion on your Facebook account, all you need to do is click on cancel account deletion and your account will be restored only when it’s not more than 30days.
However, in a case where you temporarily disabled your Facebook account, you’ll be logged in to continue using your Facebook Account.

Method 2 Submitting an Appeal

1. Make sure your account has been Disabled: Visit Log In or Sign Up and input your email Address/Phone number to be certain your account has been disabled.
You should receive a “Your Account has been disabled” message when you click on the login button which means you can send in appeal.
2. Open the “My Facebook has been Disabled Page: Go to https://www.facebook.com/help/ww.... Do this on a Laptop/Computer.
3. Click on Submit Appeal: You’ll find the button on the page that reads “If you think you account was disabled by mistake, please,” that’s near the bottom page, click on ” Submit Appeal” and the page will open.
If you receive a prompt asking you to log out; all you need to do Is close your clear cookies then close and re-open your browser before you can continue.
4. Enter your email address or phone number: on the appeal form you’ll be required to input either your email address or your phone, in doing this; well suggest you use a working details or preferably the one you used on the account in question.
5. Enter your Name: Fill in the name on the account before it was disabled [You can as well use the first name you used when opening the account, if in any case you changed your name on Facebook].
6. Upload your Picture ID: The uploads can be a student ID card, drivers license, Passport, family register, National ID and so on 
  • Scan the front and back of the Document
  • Upload the file to Facebook.
7. Add details for your appeal: In the “Additional info” field near the bottom of the page, enter any extra information that you think Facebook should know. Some things to include are:
  • If your legal name is different than your Facebook name.
  • If you suspect that your account was hacked by someone.
  • If you have visual evidence that someone other than you is responsible for abusive or abrasive actions on your Facebook account
  • If you have been harassed by someone whom you suspect is behind your account’s behavior that led to it being disabled.
8. Click on Send: This option is at the bottom-right side of the form, click on it when you’ve provided the required Info’s.
You’ll be notified by Facebook through mail if they decide to revoke the ban on your account and make it accessible by you.
There is no guaranteed way to get back an account that was disabled by Facebook. The best you can do is submit an appeal, which only guarantees that Facebook will review your account.


If you deactivate your Facebook account and don’t set a recovery date, it can technically remain disabled indefinitely until you log back in.


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