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Disabled Facebook Noob Question but I seriously need to know

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by bbsmart, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. bbsmart

    bbsmart Newbie

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    I just got one of my accounts disabled and pretty sad about it. I have 2 accounts, one personal and one for small business. I saw plentiful of people making this ?business account? so I thought why not me too.
    I use different e-mail address for the account.
    Now what I wonder, is Facebook going to disable my account again if I open a new one for small business purposes?
    Can Facebook tell how many accounts I have, even with different e-mail address? and if I have been disabled before.

    Which do you think better, having a page/ group or another facebook account? but I don?t want to mix personal and business life
     
  2. Ransom

    Ransom BANNED BANNED

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    Yes fb can see accounts linked to IP's

    They shouldn't delete the account unless your IP is banned so don't do anything that will result in a IP ban unless you're behind a private proxy.
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  3. bbsmart

    bbsmart Newbie

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    I have not add people like crazy, I guess someone report me as a spam or something. So, how do you people (who own small business at facebook) survive? I mean I see a real lot of people with name such as "yada-yada store". Do they do something like paying facebook or becoming a business member or something? A lot of people can get away with it, I just wonder if I'm missing something I dont know.

    oh and what happened if I changed internet server? will Facebook still know my history?
     
  4. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    A fan page is definitely your best bet; however, I would suggest making another business profile. Then create the fan page on this business account. You will also want to phone verify the account for extra stability (mainly concerning your fan page).

    FB can definitely link your new account to your old one; they are infamous for their data-mining practices. Changing your "internet server" will not help. When you speak of this "internet server," if you are talking about your IP address, you definitely do not want to do this. It will cause your account to get roadblocked. However, if you are going to use this same IP the whole time for the life of the new account, then that is fine (and actually recommended).


    Facebook does not "ban" IPs. However, a certain IP can definitely trigger a roadblock.