My Facebook Account is Deactivated

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My Facebook Account is Deactivated: The main purpose of Facebook is connecting friends and families from all over the world. Recently, Facebook also has also been useful for a small business; You can connect you with your customers, your employees, your clients and other businesses on Facebook.

In addition, many businesses now use Facebook for things that you normally would need a public relations company for. On your Facebook page, product announcements, product recalls and special deals can all be announced. 



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If you have noticed one of your friends have disappeared from your list, there is a chance they’ve deactivated their accounts. 

How to Find Deactivated Facebook Account
Viewing a deactivated Profile When You Know The URL
  • Log out of your Facebook account.
  • Click the address bar at the top of the screen and erase any Web address that is currently listed.
  • Next, enter the URL of the Facebook account that you suspect has been deactivated. The URL looks like this: “www.facebook.com/name,” where “name” is replaced with the name you are checking. If you do not know the URL, there is no way to find it.
  • Press “Enter” to view that person’s Facebook page. If the person’s Facebook page appears, that person has blocked you. If you receive a Facebook error, the account is deactivated.
Viewing A deactivated Profile If You Don’t Have The URL
  • Log out of your Facebook account.
  • Navigate to any search engine.
  • Enter the name of the person or business you are trying to find. Try “name facebook” and replace “name” with the name of the person or business. Blocking someone on Facebook, doesn’t block them from viewing your page from an outside source.
  • Scroll through the found entries. If you find their Facebook account, it is a sign that they blocked you. If the account does not appear at all, they have deactivated their account.
This should help you find a deactivated Facebook account.
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