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[Urgent] Facebook Warnings Dispute! Please Help!

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Robertkett, Sep 4, 2015.

  1. Robertkett

    Robertkett Junior Member

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    Recently I received a few warnings and temporary blocks for nudity on Facebook, but I don't believe the posts had nudity according to facebooks rules, they not show nipples, genitals or butt. What can I do to dispute these warnings or ask Facebook to review their decision with these posts. What do you guys think will happen? Please help if you have any advice!
     
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    What did you exactly receive from facebook?

    There are lot of spammers pretending to be from facebook asking you to verify it with re logging thru there link or whatever, just be careful.
     
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    moonshine7000 Senior Member

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    That is very true they had an incident on Facebook a while back when had a Facebook Page that pretending to be 'Facebook Security' to phish private information so be careful.
     
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  4. Robertkett

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    I believe it was really from facebook because the warnings appeared when I logged in. Most of them started with "we removed something you posted" and came with a temporary block. But I believe the warnings were false because none of them had any nudity according to facebook's guidelines. Do you know any way to dispute something like this with facebook?
     
  5. Spawnie

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    They made their decision already. If you logged in earlier/more frequent, you would have had the chance to remove it yourself (you get a notification when someone reports content of yours prior to their manual check).
    The people doing the manual reviews may it be ads or content are weirdos, prolly some guys with no life that like to fuck around with other peoples accounts (when it comes to ads even with their life/work/income stream), then jerk off to it under the table in the sweatshop they work in...
     
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  6. Robertkett

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    Alright, the reason why I was worried because it was through my page, I was hoping there was a way to respond through feedback or dispute the warnings through support because they really didn't violate facebook's nudity guidelines. It's been about three weeks since I've gotten a warning, do you think my account is okay now?
     
  7. Spawnie

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    It is if you don't violate guidelines again (it doesn't matter if you really did or not. Its saved to your account and/or fanpage for ever)... It depends on the level of violation how many warnings you get before they take further action. The time between warnings may also affect this.

    One thing you should always do is:
    Add a few more accounts as admins. In case your main account gets banned, you can still run the fanpage with the other accounts. I lost a few million fans on fanpages because I was too lazy to add additional accounts - take that advice ;)
     
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  8. Robertkett

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    Alright thanks for the advice, what happened was I got around 5 warnings in a short period of time and on the fifth one they said they unpublished my page but it didn't say I couldn't publish it again (it's still published now), I'm just worried that if I ever do get another warning somehow that my page will be gone. If I were to get another warning a year from now do you think it would be different from the warning I would get now because of the time difference?
     
  9. Robertkett

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    I believe they're method has to do with timing as well, do you think there's a possibility the warning will be lighter after a longer time of going without without one?
     
  10. moh90

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    That's what I have experienced in facebook pages. There's no way to dispute on Facebook warnings. You received that warning because of some people playing around and keep reporting your posts until that happened. Facebook automated system will warn you three times before they put your account under review if warnings related to "Nudity".
    1st warning without block.
    2nd warning, you will receive a temporary block for 24 hours.
    3rd warning, you will receive a temporary block for 3 days.
    4th warning, you will receive a temporary block for 7 days. Then Facebook will put your account under review. They will ask you for a photo ID. It will be hard to get your account opened again even if it's not a fake account. Be careful and use more than one account in your Facebook admin page if you received a 3 days block warning to keep your page.
    *Don't count any warnings from the time you get blocked until your account is unblocked. Means if you receive 10 warnings in a short time "24 hours block" they wont count these warnings because your account was already blocked.

    Goodluck
     
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    are you serious with asking the same question over and over again?
     
  12. Robertkett

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    How is this anything like my last question?
     
  13. Robertkett

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    Alright, thanks for this advice. Did you end up getting your account back after giving them photo ID?
     
  14. Robertkett

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    Alright, thanks for this advice. Did you end up getting your account back after giving them photo ID?
     
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    What "nudity" are you showing. Facebook considers cleavage nudity now a days. Sometimes even advertising shirtless guys for muscle gets disapproved. better to be on the safe side than sorry. Cover it up :)