Posted November 11, 2018 05:00:56 It’s getting harder to keep Facebook up to date with the latest news and trends, but if you’re an avid user of the social network, you’re in luck.
In a recent post on Medium, a member of the public shared an interesting story about the account that they’d found locked out of their account, leaving them to wonder how to regain control of their own accounts.
The story’s subject was an account maintained by a family friend.
While the friend had left the account in order to keep the account up to speed with all the news coming in, she never took her family’s account offline, nor did she delete the content on the account itself.
In fact, the account’s administrator, who goes by the name of Dr. Chris, wrote in the post that the content that was removed was just part of the account.
So what exactly happened to the account?
What prompted the account to be locked?
While the account has been locked for a while now, Dr. Christopher said the lock came about because the family didn’t want to use Facebook as a communication tool, and didn’t think the account was important enough for their friends to have access to.
However, Dr:Chris told The Verge that the account remained active after her family left the service.
“It’s been a couple of weeks since the account got locked,” she said.
“We still have messages on it, and it was active when they left, but it was not the same account.”
Dr. Christian explained that the family had used the account for their social media accounts, which was fine, until the family decided to delete their account altogether.
“I know that a lot of people don’t want people using Facebook, but we’ve always used it for other things, like our kids’ social media,” she explained.
It’s like a lost cause.” “
If they’re on Facebook, we’d never want them to go away, but then when they do leave, they can’t be seen.
It’s like a lost cause.”
The family said that while they were happy to have their accounts up to the latest information, the social platform’s default settings would have forced them to delete the account entirely.
“Facebook has been designed to be a public place for people to communicate and collaborate, but for them to get away from it’s not really ideal,” Dr. Christina explained.
Chris added that she had not received any requests for deletion on the family’s Facebook account, and that they had not requested a refund for the money that they paid to upgrade their account.
She also said that Facebook had never contacted the family to tell them that their account had been locked, and said that she wasn’t sure if the family would have received any notice if they had requested a lock.
She said that the Facebook account had not been suspended or deleted for any reason, and pointed out that her family was not banned from the service for the incident.
She added that they were still waiting for the account back up to their liking.
The family added that Facebook was currently working to restore the account, but said that they hoped that the experience would be a one-time event.
“People often wonder why Facebook doesn’t offer this feature, but Facebook has actually been offering it for quite some time,” Dr Christopher said.