Over the years I had computers crash, stolen, lost, etc.
and relied on Facebook to host all my travel and party photos.
After sending the email to Facebook, I sent an email to the friends who’s email addresses I actually had and explained what happened.
Thanks to the connect-ability of Facebook, most of my friends were only able to be contacted by me I read up on some of the articles by others who have had their accounts disabled to find out why mine was suddenly pulled – without warning I should add.
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.
So what did I learn from my experience with Facebook?
The website isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, so why not upload all my photos on Facebook for my friends and family to view at their discretion?
There were well over 2000 photos, countless videos, blog posts (notes), plus all the contacts (I still haven’t been able to reconnect with many who were all lost when Facebook disabled my account).
But for Facebook to disable the account and to keep the data/photos/videos/connections/blog posts, that is wrong.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 realization of what I lost was starting to set in too.This was looking to be a very bleak situation as I further realized just what was lost.I had to regain access to Facebook to manage the pages for my clients, and also for my own enterprises.I didn’t spam-add people, post sexual content, harass anyone.. Only after I read other articles did I understand a bit more.