Here is a simple and straight forward guide on getting full access to your facebook account after it might have been blocked. 100 percent proven and tested.
How it all Began
I have been an active user of Facebook for the past three years, I update my status everyday, connect and chat with my friends everyday and participate in different online games via facebook. I have been enjoying all these pecks without knowing that facebook will come knocking one day to demand for its cost of using its platform to socialize. And of a sudden, I was demoted back to square one, embarrassed out of the system and deprived of all my privacy on facebook. Here is a full account of my experience as a full time user of the social networking site called Facebook, how I was shown the way out of the party on facebook, how I turned from being an account holder with facebook to being a non-account holder, I suffered defeat and finally, how I rose up to the challenge and confronted facebook on why they dare have the guts to restrict my access to my account.
I know there are some of you guys out there that had gone through the same mess I went through and are currently looking for a way out. This article is 100 percent proven to give you an instant solution to solve your problem, so read on.
Three months ago, I visited a new cybercafé for the first time in a friend’s neighborhood. After logging onto the internet, checking my mails and surfing around for a while. I decided to log in to my facebook account, but what did I get back: “A Suspicious Activity has been detected on this Account and it has been blocked due to security measures”.
I attempted to login again for more than 3 times on a row. To my chagrin, all the responses I got from facebook were all the same. For the first time in my life on internet surfing, I had been defeated. I owe a reputation and solid experience of using the internet for more than twelve years, and through all these, I have never seen so much embarrassment. I am not a scammer, cracker and I have never engaged in any form of internet fraud.
Two days later, facebook sent me a message to go through certain steps in order to have access to my account. I was asked to send them a narrative example of my most recent picture, recent activities, my date of birth, full names, name of three of my friends, alternate email address that I submitted during registration.
I did all I was asked to do step by step without making any mistakes. Four days later, Facebook sent me a link that I will click on if I wish to have access to my account again. I felt like I was on top of the world, I was so happy, that finally I’m getting access to my account back.
I didn’t know that I was merely a dreamer building castles in the air, a wishful thinker counting my hens before they were hatched. What I didn’t know was that I was really in for a deep shit.
Finally, after three months, I decided to try another alternative. I mounted and embarked on an aggressive approach; I threw all courtesy aside and charged head on into the battle to decide the rightful owner of the account with facebook.
I resolved to send another message in another format to them, in my new message, I took out my time to outline the impossible conditions they’ve set for me. I have over 200 friends on my list, and I was asked to identify 7 people that were tagged in 7 different pictures. I only barely know few of these people.
So, I petitioned them and promptly demand to have access back to my account by all means necessary. Of which, failure to comply on their part will lead me to promptly create a blog that will be dedicated to antagonize all their policies. I went further to state that all my personal information are all the account, my pictures, notes, friends, groups and so on and I demand to get them back if they wish to keep their account. Otherwise, I will blame them on any technology forum website I could lay my hands on.
Lo and behold!, on the third day after petitioning facebook, I received another mail directing me to log in with a new password they assigned to me and to change it once I log into my account successfully.
When I followed this new directive, wow! my account came out at me like the morning sun, like a long lost puppy that finally found its way home. Finally, after 3 months wasted on trying to peacefully negotiate with facebook. I got my account back easily when I went on the offensive with them.
Try this step and watch out for the result within a week and don’t forget to leave a comment.