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Facebook ad account disabled for policy violation

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by ht4nw4r, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. ht4nw4r

    ht4nw4r Registered Member

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    My accounts are recently getting disabled for policy violation. After few minutes of creating an ad I get hit by the notification that my account has been banned for policy violation. What could be the reason for it? Is it the images or text on my ad or the link to my website? What should I do now? Use a cloaker? Change the domain name? Use different images or text?


    I am using my mobile hotspot while using the Facebook account, I am also using chameleon and cookie editor.
     
  2. Mr. Tokyo

    Mr. Tokyo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    How are we supposed to know if we don't know the ads you tried to publish?

    Your best bet is just to appeal it and see what response you get out of it.

    It's gonna be a long ride though, because since recently they changed the protocol and have everyone wait up to 7 days before you get a response for this type of appeal in particular.
     
  3. ht4nw4r

    ht4nw4r Registered Member

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    I am running white hat ads and they all just link to my ecommerce website. I am selling gadgets and most of them are by indie makers or brands. One of my account was recently banned and Facebook said the decision to ban that account was final and it was due to some negative feedback on my ad. What would be my best bet now?