Recovering a disabled Facebook account can be frustrating and confusing, especially if your password isn't working or you can not reset your Facebook password because you can't access the email or mobile phone number on your account, which also means that you have no way to get confirmation reset code. I know this feeling because I just experienced Facebook disabled my account.
Fortunately, I submitted a copy of my ID card certificate and successfully recovered my facebook account! I will show you how to successfully recover Facebook account and password without confirmation reset code.
In general, a facebook account may have been disabled if you violate the term & rules of facebook. Let's take a look at some possible reasons why your Facebook account has been locked or disabled.
If you have sent "too many" friend requests or sent "too many" messages (especially messages with the same content) in a short period of time, your account may be disabled. If some people report badly about your profile, then there are chances for facebook staff to officially disable your account.
So if you think that your Facebook account was disabled by mistake, you can re-enable and recover that account by submitting an appeal.
If your account has been disabled by Facebook, you can request to recover | reactivate your account. Facebook will review this and accept or reject your appeal to reactivate your account.
Step 1: Go to the Facebook homepage, when you try to sign in with your account and password, you may see a special message that your account has been disabled. Click the Go to Help Center link.
Step 2: If you think your account was disabled by mistake, you can file an appeal here on Facebook.
Step 3: Verify your identity by uploading your ID, such as passport or driver's license, etc. Click Send.
Step 4: After submitting your proof, please wait until Facebook reactivates. Facebook may send you details about your account recovery process after 4 to 8 days. You can check the emails associated with your account.
Step 5: After you get the email from Facebook, click the provided link to regain access to your account. Or use the provided code as a password to login to Facebook.
Step 6: Assuming you do have access to the recovery account, at that point, you can set a new password.
Maybe you can’t access the email address and phone number you used to add to your profile. Or maybe a hacker changed this information. In this case, you can try these following solutions.
If you’re unable to login to Facebook using your usual login credentials, try using an alternate email address or phone number. If you’ve listed more than one email address or phone number on your account, but still remember your password, this could be all you need to do.
Note: If you don't know what alternate information you have, go to facebook.com/login/identify and follow the instructions. Make sure to use a computer or mobile phone that you have previously used to log into your Facebook account.
To start the process, go to the login page and click on the forgot password.
Click on the option that you do not have access of your email address in the lower-left corner of the reset password page to start the Facebook account recovery process.
Enter an email address you previously added to your Facebook account. Choose This is My Account when you see your profile photo, and follow the instructions from there to reset your password and regain access to your account.
If you have Trusted Contacts set up, you can ask them to help you recover your Facebook account in the next step. You need to remember the full name of at least one of three to five trusted contacts to show all contacts. Please note that you only need three codes to restore your Facebook account.
If you don’t set up trusted contacts, you can choose to answer one of the security questions and reset your password on the spot. As an extra precaution, you need to wait 24 hours before accessing your account.
Otherwise, you may have to wait until Facebook contacts you to verify your identity. Be patient.
Sometimes Facebook account is locked without warning, but there are steps you can take to avoid re-locking or disabling the account while you are in control.
1. Take the time to build a social networking of fans, likes and friends. You can also join Facebook groups at any time. But remember to focus on quality, not quantity.
2. Limit friend requests and the number of posts you post in a short period of time.
3. Comply with terms and conditions.