Deactivated Facebook accounts worldwide
“Your Facebook account has been disabled because it violates community standards. This decision is final: here is the message received by some users worldwide since last friday. Result: they can no longer access their Facebook account. The message does not provide any explanation of why the account was deactivated, nor does it offer any solutions for reactivating it. It looked like an April Fool’s joke, but no…
@MetaFrance My account #Facebook was then deactivated that I didn’t post or say anything and I can’t contact anyone or do anything. Where are we here? Mind-blowing situation. I want explanations! You have way too much power…#April Fool pic.twitter.com/wrE8ERFV5Y
— Deborah Scheps (@DeborahScheps) April 1, 2022
Meta is aware of the issue with disabled accounts
In a tweet published on April 1, Andy Stone, director of political communications for the Meta Group, said: “We are aware that some users are having problems accessing their Facebook account and we are working to resolve them as soon as possible”. He then indicated that this technical problem was solved but many users still seem to have encountered it.
Unfortunately, it seems that this “bug” is recurring on Facebook. Indeed, this is not the first time that users have complained about this. Many members of the most used social network in the world sometimes find themselves at an impasse, and are even resigned to having to create a new account.
What are the solutions to recover your Facebook account?
No solution has been communicated by Facebook for the moment, but you can still try to recover your account.
If you can no longer log in to your Facebook account:
- There is a dedicated form to request a review of your situation if you believe your account has been disabled for no apparent reason.
- There are also several solutions to try to recover your account if you think it has been blocked, hacked or deactivated.
For more information, you can also consult the Facebook help page dedicated to connection problems.