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How do I remove a disabled email account from Facebook?

Answer

  1. Click at the top right of any Facebook page.
  2. Click Settings.
  3. Click Your Facebook Information in the left column.
  4. Click Deactivation and Deletion.
  5. Go to the Delete Account
  6. Click Continue to Account Deletion.

How to Remove Email From Disabled Facebook Account

If you are unable to access your email account for any reason, the Facebook Email Removal Service will remove your account from Facebook by taking it off of all future posts. Your friends will not receive any notifications upon removal.

Sign in to your Facebook account and click “Account” in the top right-hand corner of the screen. Scroll down and click “Security,” then “Manage Account.” Next to where it says, “My Personal Information” is a link that says, “Email,” which takes you to a page titled, “Email You Use With Facebook.” Click on the link titled, “Remove my Email Address.” You will be directed to a new page with details about removing this email address from Facebook. Remove requested information: Select “Remove my email address” to complete the removal request.

Select We’ll never send you notices or confirmations regarding your account from Facebook. Click Continue and your email address will be removed within 24 hours of deletion.

Click Confirm, then follow the prompts on the page. Your information will be removed within 24 hours of deletion unless you receive another message that says it cannot be deleted due to a technical issue.

If you have any other questions about removing an email address from Facebook, please visit the Help Center for more information.

To learn how to remove your posting location attached to posts made with a disabled account, click here.

Note: The email removal service will not affect your current account settings, friends, or your photos. However, any apps you may have installed using the disabled account will be removed along with it. For additional information on how to remove a deceased Facebook user, please visit this article. posted by Administrators on Wednesday, December 25th @12:19AM EST (Source) Hola.com has been making false claims about how Facebook emails work in order to get people to sign up for their spammy and useless “VPN” service. There is no need to use a VPN if you want your email address off of Facebook. This was originally posted here, but that site’s been down for a while now so I’m reposting it here. (Also – as a reminder, Hola is mostly free but you do need to buy some credits if you want their “premium” services.)If you are unable to access your email account for any reason, the Facebook Email Removal Service will remove your account from Facebook by taking it off of all future posts. Your friends will not receive any notifications upon removal. Posted by Nicholas at 9:56 AM EST Updated: Friday, April 25th @ 11:05 AM EST Share This Post Post Comment | Permalink.

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How do I remove a disabled email account from Facebook?

1. Click at the top right of any Facebook page.
2. Click Settings.
3. Click Your Facebook Information in the left column.
4. Click Deactivation and Deletion.
5. Go to the Delete Account
6. Click Continue to Account Deletion.

Do disabled Facebook accounts get deleted?

Unlike deactivation, you can only delete your Facebook account by going to the Account Settings page. Once deleted, your account cannot be reinstated. All of your data is removed from the site including what was on your Timeline and photos that were associated with it or any other personal data.

How long does FB disable your account?

Waiting for Facebook to reactivate your account could take from one to seven business days.

How do I fix my disabled Facebook account?

Log in to your Facebook account page. Type the email address and password associated with your deactivated Facebook account in the appropriate fields at the top right of the screen. Click “Log In” to automatically reactivate your Facebook account and re-enable its previous settings.

How can I remove the email from a disabled Facebook account?

Facebook is a creepy cyberstalker. That’s why they don’t give you the option to delete anything. They can read your private emails without telling you, it is their right. So don’t use Facebook as if it is a safe place. … It’s better to use regular email instead of Facebook to communicate with people.

How do I get my disabled Facebook account back?

To reactivate your Facebook account, log in to your Facebook account or enter the email you use for logging in somewhere else.

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