Do you want to know why your personal Facebook account is disabled? Well, there are various reasons as to why this may happen to your account on the Facebook platform. And all of these reasons will be discussed here in this article.
Why Your Personal Facebook Account Is Disabled
Facebook is one of the best social media platforms in the world and I know you have probably read about this in one of my previous posts. And although the platform is one of the best if not the best and it also offers most of its services for free, there is a catch to making use of the platform.
Facebook has policies and community standards in place in order to make use of its platform. Let’s take these policies and community standards as rules and regulations or terms and conditions for example.
And we all know that when we go against the rules and regulations of the terms and conditions of making use of a service, there are consequences, right? This means that when you also go against the policies, community standards, rules and regulations, and the terms and conditions of the Facebook social media platform, there is a price to pay.
Normally Facebook places restrictions on your account whenever you breach one of their policies. The social media platform will only disable your account if the case is severe.
How Do You Know If Your Facebook Account Is Disabled
Now, how do you know if your account on Facebook is disabled? This is how you will know and the things you should look out for to know if your Facebook account is disabled. On the platform or on your account, you will see a message saying that your account is disabled when you try to login to your account of course.
This is how you know that your account has been disabled. If however, you do not see this message when trying to login to your account, it just might be that you are experiencing a separate login problem on the platform.
Why Your Account Is Disabled
- Using a fake name on Facebook.
- Impersonating someone on and off Facebook.
- Exhibiting and continuing behavior that goes against the community standards of Facebook and that is not allowed on the platform.
- Makin contact with people on the platform for the sole purpose of harassment, advertising, promotions, and or other conducts that is not allowed on Facebook.
These are just about some of the things that you could have done to warrant the disablement of your account on Facebook.
What You Can Do If Your Facebook Account Has Been Disabled
Sometimes the social media platform may have been mistaken in disabling your account and if you think that this is the case with you then you can use this form on Facebook to request a review.
You should however note that in some cases, you may not be warned before your account is disabled. Accounts on the platform that was disabled for serious offenses cannot be restored by Facebook.