Bread and Butter

This entry is part 10 of 10 in the series Return to Facebook

The owner of the blog Raising Whasians tweeted an interesting message they received from Facebook a few days ago. Their business page had been restricted by Facebook, and when they appealed this was the response: Just a quick recap, you’ve reached out to us about your Facebook page. As discussed, we regret to inform you … Read more

Request for appeal

To: appeals@fb.com From: Jon Morgan Dear Facebook, . I am writing to appeal the decision made last week to disable my Facebook account registered under the email address of 32bpwr3@gmail.com and the name Jon Alan Morgan. What I believe happened is that my account was accessed by someone who then changed the header images on … Read more

Some Good News

This entry is part 3 of 10 in the series Return to Facebook

Today, I heard a bit of good news. One of my admins on the Shepherd Maple Syrup Festival page were able to replace the offensive header and profile images with graphics which were a lot more appropriate. Unfortunately, they were only an editor on the page, so aren’t able to take full control over the … Read more

Plan B: Submit an appeal to Facebook

This entry is part 2 of 10 in the series Return to Facebook

A few posts I’ve read online have directed me to a form where you can submit an appeal to Facebook. I have tried doing this, but will then get the immediate response that Facebook will not be reviewing the decision to disable my account. A post which recommends submitting an appeal also identities the automated … Read more

From a quiet Memorial Day weekend to a shocking surprise

This entry is part 1 of 10 in the series Return to Facebook

We spent Saturday outside re-organizing the garage, and then broke ground on a new memorial garden we wanted to put into place in memory of our son, Josh, who passed away in April from brain cancer. On Monday, we hung out with some friends outside. On Tuesday morning, I learned that a page that I … Read more