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Will reporting a page from multiple accounts get it down?

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by tibbbs, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. tibbbs

    tibbbs Junior Member

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    I'm looking for a way to remove a page from facebook. It's not related to any niche competition or anything. I'm just in need of finding ways to get it removed somehow. Will reporting it from multiple numerous accounts get it deleted? Has someone tried this? Please help, I'm willing to pay the top price of $50 for this and it's not even a page with such a big following, only 150 or so. It has nothing to do with any competition I'll tell you that, and it's kind of a personal problem of impersonation so please don't think I'm knocking a competitor out or anything. Please let me know how do I go with this and if the multiple report strategy will work. Thank you.
     
  2. tibbbs

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    Still waiting for a reply
     
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    maybe reporting a post can get the page down , not sure though ,

    But whats the point of reporting others ? Dude , start working and do better than them , that's not how the game works

    Sabotaging other people's businesses will get you nowhere
     
  4. tibbbs

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    I don't even think you read what I wrote. It's not for reporting down a competitor or anyone in the niche market, it's something personal with someone who has impersonated my friend. But thankyou.
     
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    There was a way on 2011-2012
    Anybody with an email address, real or fake, can make a complaint to Facebook without having to validate the claim, effectively giving anyone the ability to shutter any page without proof. The owner will receive a notice from a third party that the content infringes or otherwise violates. I received same msg 6 month ago for my page with 1.5 million likes but nothing happend.
    So i think facebook fixed this issues/bug.