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How to Recover a Suspended Facebook Account?
8 months ago

If you are facing a suspended Facebook account? If yes, then don’t worry as this is one of Facebook's ways to see you they care for your security or they what you to be the best person.


Let’s not tension you out anymore and start with the guide, where I have complied all the details that I thought were important and will help you in Recovering your suspended Facebook account.


Recovering a Suspended Facebook Account:


We will provide step by step guide to recover suspended Facebook Account:


When Facebook suspends your Facebook account, then you have to submit a request for account revival. If that case for you can follow the given below steps and you will be able to recover your Facebook account.


  1. First, to submit an appeal to the FB team, you can open the Facebook help center.
  2. Then, find the ‘My Facebook account has been disabled’ page, also find for this using any search engine online.
  3. Then, you should go to the bottom of the page and choose the submit appeal option.
  4. You need to enter your email address or phone number in the email box.
  5. And, you will also have to give your complete name as listed on the Facebook account.
  6. Then, you will also need to give a valid ID card with a photo. You can also provide some other details in the text filed and then choose on the send button.

After, choose the send option, your request to reactivate your account will be sent to the Facebook support team. And you have to wait some days for them to respond at least you have to wait 72 hours to respond. Or they will do it for you remotely on your PC. So, you can Recover your Facebook account from suspension with these steps.


Read More: How To Unlock A Facebook Account?

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