The Facebook team primarily disable a Facebook account from the platform if the account holder violates Facebook ‘Terms and Conditions’ or its ‘Rules and Regulations’ either knowingly or unknowingly. And, to have a better understanding of the reasons that lead to the disabled Facebook account, read here!
The Root Causes behind the Disabled Facebook Account are as follows:
- Reason 1: Facebook Account can be disabled if you use a fake profile name.
- Reason 2: Facebook Account can be disabled for impersonating other users on Facebook.
- Reason 3: Facebook Account can be disabled if the other users marked your posted content as spam and report it to Facebook.
- Reason 4: Facebook Account can be disabled for behaving harshly with other users Reason 5: Facebook Account can be disabled for commenting inappropriately on various Facebook pages and groups.
- Reason 6: Facebook Account can be disabled for doing unethical activities such as hacking other user’s account.
- Reason 7: Facebook Account can be disabled if you contact other Facebook users for the sole purpose of advertising or promoting.
Now, as you come to know enough about all the possible factors/causes that lead to the scenario of a Facebook disabled account; time has come to start with the process of how you can recover your temporarily disabled Facebook account. To do so, you have to correctly follow the below-mentioned steps of given methods. So, if you’re ready to recover your disabled Facebook account, let’s get started without wasting any further second:
However, before starting with the more advanced method, you can try with some simpler methods such as:
Method 1: Answer Your Security Question:
You can choose ‘Security Question’ as your recovery method to recover your temporary blocked account. To do so, open your Facebook ‘Sign-in Page’ and enter your ‘Email address’ in the required field, then click on the ‘Forgot Password’ link to navigate yourself on the ‘Facebook Password recovery page.’ There, choose to answer the ‘Security Question’ to verify your identity so that Facebook will grant you access to reset your Facebook password after verifying your account. This way, you can reset a new password for your account and then be able to sign in to your disabled Facebook account using the same newly set password.
Method 2: Take Help from Trusted Contacts:
To use your trusted contact to recover your disabled Facebook account, follow the same above mentioned steps until you reach the ‘Facebook Password recovery page.’ There, choose ‘Trusted Contact’ as your recovery method and then select a friend from Facebook to nominate him to receive a security code. After this, retrieve the code from your friend and enter it wherever prompted so that Facebook grants you the access to reset your Facebook password for the sole purpose of recovering your disabled Facebook account.
Other than this, the main method that helps you in recovering your disabled Facebook account is to submit an appeal in front of Facebook if you feel like Facebook has disabled your account for no reason. And to do so, you need to correctly perform these below-given steps:
Method 3: Send an Appeal to Facebook
- To send an appeal for your disabled Facebook account, first and foremost open ‘My Facebook account has been disabled’ page.
- On the page, click on the option of ‘Submit an Appeal – if you think your account was disabled by mistake.’
- After this, an appeal form will appear in front of you and all you have to do is fill the form with all the necessary details such as enter your ‘Email address’ your ‘Phone Number’ and your ‘Username’ in it.
- Once you’re done with entering all the necessary and required details, wait until Facebook asks for the identity proof from you.
- To submit your identity proof, you need to upload a picture of yours and to do that click on the option of ‘Choose Files’ then simply select one of your ‘Picture’ from your photo library and then click on the option of ‘Open’ in order to upload it.
- After all this, click on the final option of ‘Send’ to submit your appeal in front of Facebook to recover your temporarily disabled Facebook account.
Now, once you’re done with the process of submitting the appeal to Facebook, wait until and unless the Facebook team notifies you that you can access your Facebook disabled account.