Why Your Facebook Business Manager Was Disabled
Facebook Advertising Policies That Got Your Account Disabled
Logging into your Facebook Business Manager account from various IP addresses
Using the same payment method on different accounts
A circle not tight enough
Too many ads against the guidelines
Revealing confidential information
Negative user feedback
Unclear landing pages
Personal addresses of users (“You”)
Low caps ‘Facebook’ & focus on Facebook
Ads discouraging the Covid-19 vaccine & more
First, there’s the problem of too many ads that go against Facebook’s rules. If you try to post too many ads like that, you could get blocked. To avoid this, check out
our list of reasons your ads got rejected and avoid making those mistakes. Then, there are minor things like forgetting to capitalize the company’s name, making ads focusing on Facebook’s own brand, or addressing the audience with personal pronouns like ‘You’.
A very important point is the payment process. If your payments are late, you will be blocked. If you’ve been banned in the past, avoid using the same payment method for your new accounts because Facebook will notice this and block you. And if you’re overspending with a new ad account, you can get blocked because the platform has limits on most accounts. So, just make sure to avoid these mistakes. And if you want to spend more on your ads, check out how to rent a Facebook ad account from a professional agency with no spending limits!
What To Do If Your Facebook Business Manager is Disabled
How to Run Ads on Facebook Uninterrupted
We know that sometimes it feels like everything’s working against you, especially with the platform’s constantly evolving guidelines. But you still need to follow each new policy. And if you don’t like the spending restrictions on accounts, rent a Facebook ad account from GCG Media so you can spend up to $100 million and get a new ad account immediately when you’re blocked!