I desperately need your help with my account. I shared 3 memes in 2020 during the pandemic.
These were things lots of people shared and I understand that they were in poor taste.
I had already been punished for these photos 2 years ago. They were taken down and I was told I couldnt go live for 77 days. Its been 2 years so even if it was 77 days each, that would have been 231 days. Its been over 700.
When I clicked on the warning telling me I couldnt go live, it took me to a query page. I tried to ask why I still couldnt go live as my 77 days were up. The next thing I know my account is completely shut down and I cant look at anything.
I am a severely disabled person who lives alone. Im mostly bed ridden and my only form of communication with most of my family and friends is through Facebook.
I cant get out and do much, I have no car, I can barely walk and my only close by relative is my father. I am on the East coast of North Carolina. I have family in central North Carolina, far western NC, Alabama, Florida, Virginia, Tennessee, Indiana, Ohio and Louisville KY. Three of my best friends are in Philadelphia, Colorado, Alaska and Australia.
I check in with these people daily. I have no other way of knowing whats going on with them.
I no longer post the political junk that was going around in 2020. Its just mainly about my dog and cats, and when I get to have lunch with my dad once a week.
Ive never been suspended from Facebook before or been on probation.
Can someone please help me with this. I am afraid someone will delete my account and all of my memories of my deceased mother and best friend Donna are in there along with thousands of other memories as Ive been a member of Facebook since it became popular in 2007 or 2008.
Thank you for taking the time to read this and I appreciate any help you can give me.
User's recommendation: Add a customer service box to the close out page so we can leave a message before our accounts are deleted.
Location: Elizabethtown, North Carolina
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