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Destroying small Facebook page

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by eddie42, Aug 12, 2013.

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  1. eddie42

    eddie42 Newbie

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    hey guys!

    I noticed an FB page (~1.2k like) which uses my content to scam people. That's unacceptable. I tried to report it with a lot of accounts, but nothing happened.

    Now that's the limit. I would like to destroy that page. Any ideas on that?

    - Should I hire people to mass-report the page?
    - Should I buy low quality likes for it, and report the page?
    - Should I redirect enormous amount of traffic from pr0n sites to the page?
    - Is there any service for that on BHW?
     
  2. Conor

    Conor Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Who cares? They have very few likes, no one is gonna see it. Why stoop to the level of a douchebag and become one yourself?
     
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  3. eddie42

    eddie42 Newbie

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    Allrite, to be clear: they use my content with watermarks to MY service in a kinda small niche. Actually some of my partners messaged me about it. Some of them got scammed. With other words, this is a phising in some way, and I want it to stop ;-)
     
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    ok what you have is this:
    1. Buy a domain with the original page name. Ex. www.houstonlocksmith.com and add some content to it
    2. Then report that page for Copyrights infrigements using the domain e.mail like admin@houstonlocksmith.com
    3. That's it, facebook will unpublish that page while investigates the issue and it won't be back unless you send a letter authorizing it

    It's very important that the domain you buy is a .com and has the name of the page you want to delete on it
     
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    Agreed with Rounder, if you're willing to spend money to stop what they're doing. All up to you
     
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    pitbully Regular Member

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    I wouldn't waste time or money on something that small. If they're scamming people they'll get reported by other people anyway so just let nature take its course.
     
  7. social927

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    I dont think you'll be able to do lot with that
     
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    Have you reported them to FB for IP infringement?

    I know a lot of people who do and FB take action within 24 hours.

    As you have watermarked images it should be very simple.

    You need to dig around a bit for the correct form as you may first be confronted with a form that just asks you to contact the infringer.