A marketing consultant at a seminar advised us to merge our non-profit's two pages - www.facebook.com/susiefilmmaker and www.facebook.com/projecttwenty1 - because they were nearly identical. Facebook merged the two pages, verified them, and then unpublished them, claiming that we violated TOS! The consultant is baffled, so we need your help.
Facebook keeps copying and pasting the same link to the TOS violation, but we have no idea what we did! We never posted anything controversial; we only posted non-profit community events, educational programs, and indie film opportunities. I'm 90% we are just fighting with a robot. When I contacted the only person we know at Facebook, he suggested we just start a new page and run ads. That seems like extortion to us, especially since we did nothing wrong (and if we did, we need to know what!)
We really need help with someone who knows a human at Facebook to help us fix this and get back our 6,000 independent artist followers. We are even a Facebook accredited non-profit, so we're sure this is just a mixup. We computer literate, just a very small, volunteer-run & unconnected. Can you please help?
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Good Match For
Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- 2-8 hours