Fixing a disabled Facebook account isn’t at all complicated. Yes, it may take some time, especially if it’s disabled for a violation or any other valid reason. However, you’ll eventually get your Facebook account back if you follow the steps below.
Step 1: Make Sure You’re Not Violating Facebook’s Terms
Afterward, it’d be good to check the Community Standards of the site. It’s a bit long, but only because it’s a list of the content and behavior that’s unacceptable and not allowed by Facebook.
Read it carefully and make sure you haven’t made a violent post lately.
Step 2: Visit Facebook's Investigation Form
Needless to say, the first thing you should do is make sure your account is really disabled. If you entered your username and password correctly, and Facebook is still not granting you access, then it’s disabled.
If you haven’t done anything to get your account disabled, or you don’t know the reason, move on to Facebook’s investigation form. Once you open it, it’ll ask you to provide an email address or a phone number. Make sure that whatever address you’ll provide is available and valid because Facebook will use it for communication.
You’ll also find a request for your ID. In that case, you can use your birth certificate, passport, or driver’s license. Alternatively, you can use a Green Card, marriage certificate, voter card, or even a tax identification card.
Just take a clear picture of the front and back of your ID. Then, attach it to the dedicated space.
Step 3: Explain the Reasons for Your Appeal
In the registration form, you’ll find a box titled Additional Info. In this box, provide the details of your appeal, along with any details you think Facebook should know. For example, they’ll want to know if your legal name is different from your account’s name.
You should also tell them if you think your account is hacked or if anyone has harassed you prior to the disabling.
Step 4: Wait for Facebook to Respond
After you fill in the needed info and explain why you’re sending this appeal, it’s time to click Send and wait for Facebook to send a response. The site may take some time, but you’ll hopefully receive a response regarding your account.