How long does it take for Facebook to review your ID?
Why is Facebook verifying my photo?
A Facebook spokesperson said the photo test is intended to “help us catch suspicious activity at various points of interaction on the site, including creating an account, sending Friend requests, setting up ads payments, and creating or editing ads.”
What does it mean when Facebook is reviewing your submission?
It means exactly what it says: Facebook is reviewing your account and you cannot access it at the moment. Either your account was automatically flagged by their algorithms, or someone reported your posts or profile for breaking the rules (content infractions, fake profile, etc.).
How does Facebook review your photo?
The process is automated, including identifying suspicious activity and checking the photo. To determine if the account is authentic, Facebook looks at whether the photo is unique. The Facebook spokesperson said the photo test is one of several methods, both automated and manual, used to detect suspicious activity.
Is there anyway to contact Facebook?
Unfortunately, there is no way to directly contact Facebook – you can’t call, text, email, or otherwise speak to an employee or affiliate of Facebook. You can, however, use Facebook’s Help Center to diagnose and report a problem with your account.
How do I stop Facebook from confirming my identity?
Click in the top right of Facebook. Select Settings & Privacy > Settings. Below General, go to Identity Confirmation and click View, then enter your password. Click in the top right of the Confirming Your Identity section, then click Settings.
Why do Facebook keep blocking my account?
Generally, users may be blocked out of their accounts temporarily for technical reasons. In such cases, Facebook usually fixes the issue itself and informs users. Also, if a certain number of users report an account as fake or for posting sensitive or controversial material, Facebook may block it.
Why can’t I get into my Facebook?
You may be able to get back into your Facebook account by using an alternate email or mobile phone number listed on your account. If you don’t know what alternate information you have: Go to facebook.com/login/identify and follow the instructions.