If you receive a notification from Facebook asking for your photo ID, please follow the instructions that are displayed. This request is part of an ongoing effort by Facebook to prevent fraudulent activity on its platform.
How do I get around uploading my ID on Facebook?
If you want to keep your personal information private on Facebook, there are a few options available to you. You can create a custom profile that is not linked to your real name or use an alias instead of your actual name. Additionally, you can set a privacy setting for each post that allows only certain people (such as friends and family) to see it. If none of these work for you, then you may need to delete your account entirely and start from scratch.
How can I recover my FB account and password without my phone number and email?
If you have forgotten your Facebook password, or if you are unable to access your account using your phone number or email address, there is a simple way to recover it. First, try entering the name of the account in question into Facebook’s Help Center. If that doesn’t work, then go to www.facebook.com/help and click on “Forgot Your Password?” This will lead you through the steps of creating a new password and confirming it via text message or an email link.
How long does it take Facebook to review your ID?
It typically takes Facebook about 2-3 weeks to review your ID and approve or deny your application. This may change depending on the volume of applications that are received, so please be patient if you’re trying to get registered with Facebook.
Does Facebook eventually delete disabled accounts?
Facebook does not delete disabled accounts. Disabled accounts are kept for administrative purposes, and the user’s information is still accessible via Facebook Friends.