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Can my Facebook page be merged with some other page without my permission?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by aspe_heat, Mar 17, 2014.

  1. aspe_heat

    aspe_heat Power Member

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    Hey,

    I own a relatively big and active Facebook page related to basketball and it has 413k likes with 1-2k new likes every day. It is page of one basketball player and an hour ago, I got contacted by the head coach of the team this player plays for. He wrote this:



    • Erik Spoelstra
      • Hi, I am Head Coach of the Miami Heat, and I have concerns about your page. May you please reply and I will get back with you as soon as possible, or contact our Miami Headcorders and ask for Erik 1-800-660-1066.

        Thank You.

      • We are merging this page with our Miami Heat Official Page, but I noticed you worked hard on this page so we would like to make it fair to you. Reply with any concerns



    After I asked him to prove me that he really is the coach (because I highly doubt that a HEAD COACH would use FACEBOOK for this purpose since he is busy with other stuff, it's not like he's in media relations or something...), he sent this:

    I came to you with only one interest, I didn't come to prove my identity, I can do so much as tell you yes I'm who I say I am. And before we take the next step in merging your page we offer you an opportunity to work for the Miami team.




    If you ask me, this looks like a bluff and scam. But still, I am not 100% sure that I am safe because I think I have heard some stories of people getting their page merged into some other pages. His profile is 100% secret and you cannot even add him. He has a photo you could find anywhere on the internet, no cover photo, some basketball-related likes etc.

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. Tier539

    Tier539 Newbie

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    Just ignore it. If they really have an issue with it, you wouldn't be contacted by the coach of the team, you'd get a letter in the mail from a lawyer.
     
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