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does deactiavting a facebook account saves it from being disabled?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by mike0007, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. mike0007

    mike0007 Newbie

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    ok I created these fan pages that are going viral on my personal account, but when one of them got deleted, my account got disabled, I emailed them and they gave it back to me after two days.
    with the rest of the pages intact, expect for the one that caused the proble, now these other pages are similar to the one deleted so once they find them, I will be disabled again, so what I did is, make another account, make the account admin of all those pages, and deactivated my original account(made it dormant for now) if they delete the pages will my dormant account get disabled, even tho its deactivated, sleeping with no activity?

    hope I made sense
     
  2. CEPI

    CEPI Power Member

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    It will be deleted as the "creator" of the pages.. dormant or otherwise, regardless if an admin is assigned. Unfortunate but true.
     
  3. mike0007

    mike0007 Newbie

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    so what you think is the best way to go about this?, I don't think I have the guts to delete 4 pages with an average of 150k fans each.

    ps: they are all unpublished, when facebook gives you back your account, all pages u created goes unpublished meaning can't be found untill you publish them again
     
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    I would say assign a couple admins, and then disable your account that created them, then ALSO have one of your newly issued admins delete your "creator" profile from being able to administer anything.

    Basically do everything you can to transfer all features and control to your new admin, and get the profile that created them as far away from the pages as possible before republishing.
     
  5. chakde

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    monetize them...and create new non cpa pages from a new account then do cross promotion
     
  6. mike0007

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    well as soon as you deactivate an account, it's no longer an admin of anything, its like it does not exist on facebook, non of ur friends can see or anything, but I don't facebook's take on that.

    ps: creator can not be removed as admin, as soon as you reactivate account, it's back to being admin of all pages the account created