Facebook Account Suspended? Try This!


I’ve got some exciting news to share! 

Believe it or not, my newsletter has been rocking a more than 50% open rate. 

Yep, you heard it right. 

Sometimes, it even skyrockets to a mind-blowing 60%! Now, that’s what I call overwhelming (in the best way possible).

So, to live up to the expectations and deliver even more value, I decided to give this newsletter a complete makeover. From now on, it’s all about providing you with pure, undiluted value.

But enough of my bragging, let’s dive straight into this week’s edition of The Baweja Buzz, shall we?

First things first – I’ve been itching to share this video with you for what feels like forever. It’s a masterpiece by none other than John Oliver, where he hilariously dissects the fascinating world of Artificial Intelligence. Brace yourself for some good laughs and insightful takeaways!

Now, let’s address the burning question that keeps popping up in my inbox day in and day out – “How do I get my suspended Facebook account back?”

Trust me when I say I had my fair share of account suspensions last year – over 30 times, to be precise. 

But here’s the silver lining: I managed to reinstate every single one of them, with a 100% success rate. No kidding.

Throughout my countless conversations with Facebook reps, I stumbled upon a common thread that proved to be a game-changer. It’s all about that last invoice and a snapshot of your payment method. Sounds simple, right?

Well, here’s the trick – as soon as the conversation kicks off and you provide them with your account ID, go ahead and proactively submit your invoice and payment card snapshot. It’s like signaling to them, “Hey, I know how this works!” This little move often gets the ticket escalated to the higher-ups, increasing your chances of a swift resolution.

But hold up, before you jump for joy, let me clarify one thing. This approach isn’t a guaranteed magic wand. If you’ve genuinely violated a policy and there’s solid evidence of it, the outcome might still be uncertain. Fair warning.

Oh, one more thing. Since the invoice is in pesky PDF format, you’ll need to take a quick screenshot and paste it right into the chat. Voila!

That’s a wrap for this week’s edition of The Baweja Buzz. Keep your eyes peeled for next week’s newsletter, packed with more captivating insights and updates.


Sannidhya Baweja