If you can’t log in to your Facebook account and other users can’t view it, then your account may be disabled by Facebook. An account can be disabled through a variety of reasons. The social network disables accounts that still conduct prohibited behaviour even after receiving multiple warnings.
Your account may also be disabled if you’re using a fake name, impersonating a person or entity.
Posting a content that violates the terms of the social network is another reason why your account can be disabled.
Lastly, unsolicited contacts like promoting, advertising, harassment, dating or inappropriate conduct violates the terms of Facebook and can therefore be a basis for disabling your account.
When your Facebook account is disabled..
- When your account is disabled, you will receive a disabled message when you attempt to log in. If you can’t view this, then you may just be experiencing log in problems.
- You can submit an appeal to Facebook, if you think your account was disabled by mistake.
- Facebook may not issue warnings for some violations prior to disabling your account.
- The social network does not restore accounts with severe violations of the Facebook Community Standards.
- Simply follow the instructions indicated when you try to log in to regain access to your account.
- Only the account holder can submit an appeal to Facebook. You must use the same email address used in connecting to Facebook. The social network only releases information to the account holder.