With Over 3 billion disabled accounts, Facebook is at the forefront of ensuring that the Facebook platform is secure for all Its users. Get back your FB account quickly in no time.
There are two ways in which Facebook accounts are disabled;
- You can disable your own Facebook Account
- The Facebook company can disable your Facebook Account
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to reactivate your FB account.
How to Activate Your Facebook Account If You Disabled It
Where Facebook was no longer interesting, or there were too many distractions on Facebook. There are various reasons why you decided to disable your FB account.
However, it is essential to know that your Facebook account is permanently deleted after 30 days of disabling your account. Follow the following simple steps to reactivate your FB account.
- Log into your Facebook Account
By simply signing in to Facebook before the 30-day deletion phase, you can reactivate your disabled account.
- Enter your email address/phone number & password
Use the email address/phone number and the password associated with the disabled FB account to log in.
- Click ‘Cancel Deletion’
After logging in, you’ll receive a prompt with information on when your account is scheduled for deletion. Click the ‘Cancel Deletion’ button to reactivate your FB account.
Steps to Enable Your Facebook Account if Facebook Disabled It
If Facebook suspects an account is fake or violated the Facebook’ community standards, the account in question is automatically disabled.
Nevertheless, some Facebook accounts are disabled without any cause or reason. Follow these 7-step guidelines to enable it.
- Go to The Facebook Help center.
To have your disabled Facebook account reactivated by Facebook, you have to fill an appeal that is accessible via the Facebook help center
- Enter your login email address/phone number & Full name
Only use the login credentials of your disabled Facebook account and your disabled account name when filling in the appeal form.
- Upload a Picture of Your ID
The types of identification cards that can be uploaded on the Facebook appeal form include:
- Government ID
- Drivers license
- Birth Certificate
- Drivers license
Take a picture of both the front and back of your ID. Upload it as a JPEG via the ‘choose file’ button on the appeal form.
- Explain Yourself.
The additional Info field allows you to explain your situation and any other valuable information you think Facebook should know. For instance, you might want Facebook to know;
- If your disabled account was hacked and you were not responsible for violating Facebook terms & conditions.
- If your ID name differs from the name used on the disabled account.
- If you want to apologize for intentionally/unintentionally violating Facebook’s standards.
After adding the additional information, click the ‘send’ button on the bottom right side of the appeal form.
Once the appeal form is sent to Facebook, it’s up to them to decide whether or not to activate your FB account. Keep an eye on your emails/text messages for Facebook notifications concerning the status of your disabled account.
Also, read our other article on How Can I Recover Permanently Deleted Facebook Account?