I had to regain access to Facebook to manage the pages for my clients, and also for my own enterprises.Many of my pages’ admin access were shared with a partner and were easily set back up with the new Facebook account I begrudgingly created, cursing Facebook under my breath as I set up the new account.After reading the reasons Facebook disabled accounts on their page I was still in the dark.I didn’t spam-add people, post sexual content, harass anyone.. Only after I read other articles did I understand a bit more.Facebook can disable your account if your display name is . It was still phonetically the same, but spelled different than the rest of my family.I also had a client who recently used a contest promotion to increase their email list.I haven’t tried to contact Facebook directly since I received the email from Javier, but I did start the website and the hashtag campaign on Twitter #FBdisabled Me to draw attention to the negative experience.Do I want Facebook to change their disabling policy? I manage a few MU sites and if you want someone off your site, by all means delete them/block them/whatever.
The publishing dates on the articles span the lifetime of Facebook, showing that the company has forever been on a behind-the-scenes campaign of disabling accounts at their discretion.I revisited the page allowing me to contact Facebook, and explained that I now had a better idea about why they disabled me, and that I was that bad?? A few days later I finally received an email from Hi, Unfortunately, your account has been permanently disabled for violating Facebook’s Terms. This will be our last email regarding your account.For more information about our policies, please read the Facebook Community Standards: https:// Thanks, Javier User Operations Facebook What a juvenile response – sure Facebook is a ‘young’ company, but I’m sure there must be someone there with better tact than ‘we’re not going to reable your account – don’t email us again.’ OK Facebook.) We won’t spoil it here in case you want to play for yourself in the Steam Workshop 😛 Huge thanks to everyone who participated, and if you enjoyed this contest or have any feedback let us know!We’d love to do similar events in the future 🙂 Still haven’t yet played Yeah Jam Fury: UME?I found some articles by famous bloggers or journalists, including Roger Ebert, Robert Scoble, and Stan Shroeder (Mashable).Many of these high-profiled Facebook users had their profiles and/or pages reabled soon after Facebook discovered who they disabled. Reading these articles didn’t instill much hope in me or my situation. The stage layout really threw us for a loop at first, but we are Yeah Jam Fury masters! This bad boy goes to none other than Bedoop’s stage titled “Going Bananas But It’s Fresh Milk”.So what did I learn from my experience with Facebook?Its been about a month since I had my account disabled, and had lots of time to reflect on the experience.