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Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.FacebookJoin or Log Into Facebook Email or PhonePasswordForgot account?Log InDo you want to join Facebook?Sign UpSign UpThis page isn't availableThe link you followed may be broken, or the page may have been removed.Go back to the previous page Go to News Feed Visit our Help CenterEnglish (US)NederlandsFryskPolskiTrkeDeutschFranais (France)EspaolPortugus (Brasil)ItalianoSign UpLog InMessengerFacebook LiteMobileFind FriendsPeoplePagesPlacesGamesLocationsCelebritiesMarketplaceGroupsRecipesSportsLookMomentsInstagramLocalAboutCreate AdCreate PageDevelopersCareersPrivacyCookiesAd ChoicesTermsHelpSettingsActivity Log Facebook 2018. Facebook will never ask you for your password in an email or send you a password as an attachment.Scammers sometimes create fake emails that look like theyre from Facebook. Click in the top right corner of any Facebook page and select Settings.Click Security and Login.Click Edit next to Change Password.Click Save Changes. Jump toSections of this pageAccessibility HelpPress alt + / to open this menuRemoveTo help personalize content, tailor and measure ads, and provide a safer experience, we use cookies. Keep in mind that you'll need access to the email associated with your account. You can also:Click the link at the bottom of the email to let us know this wasn't youAdd this email to your account, if you have a Facebook accountFile a reportView Full Article Share ArticleWas this information helpful?YesNo. To reset your password if you're not logged in to Facebook:. This often happens if you have a popular username or email. If you're still having trouble, we can help you recover your account.. By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies. I didn't reactivate my account but I got an email from Facebook saying that I did.If you received a Facebook reactivation email, it's possible that someone attempted to log into your account using your email and password. Loan scams: Loan scammers send messages and leave posts offering instant loans at a low interest rate for a small advance fee.Access Token Theft: A link is shared with you that requests access to your Facebook account or Page. They'll engage in online relationships in hopes of receiving money for flights or visas. Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.FacebookJoin or Log Into Facebook Email or PhonePasswordForgot account?Log InDo you want to join Facebook?Sign UpSign UpThis page isn't availableThe link you followed may be broken, or the page may have been removed.Go back to the previous page Go to News Feed Visit our Help CenterEnglish (US)NederlandsFryskPolskiTrkeDeutschFranais (France)EspaolPortugus (Brasil)ItalianoSign UpLog InMessengerFacebook LiteMobileFind FriendsPeoplePagesPlacesGamesLocationsCelebritiesMarketplaceGroupsRecipesSportsLookMomentsInstagramLocalAboutCreate AdCreate PageDevelopersCareersPrivacyCookiesAd ChoicesTermsHelpSettingsActivity Log Facebook 2018. The messages will claim that you're among the winners of a lottery and that you can receive your money for a small advance fee. This will remove the email from any other accounts its associated with.If you don't have a Facebook account, you can stop getting these emails by clicking the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of any of the emails.If you want to remove a phone number from your Facebook account, learn how to remove the mobile phone number or add another to your account.You may also be able to stop receiving text notifications by replying STOP directly to the text message (SMS). You may also be able to stop receiving text notifications for all accounts by sending STOP to one of the codes listed below.Shortcodes by country:AfghanistanView Full Article Share ArticleWas this information helpful?YesNo. If you've received a message that you believe is a scam, you should avoid responding and report the message to Facebook.Here are some common scams to watch out for:Romance scams: Romance scammers typically send romantic messages to people they dont know, often pretending to be divorced, widowed or in a bad marriage. .. By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies. I got a suspicious email or message that looks like it came from Facebook. .. I'm receiving email or text notifications about an account that doesn't belong to me.If you're receiving email or text notifications about an account that doesn't belong to you, its possible that someone tried to add your email or mobile phone number to an account, or create a new account using your email or mobile phone number.If you have a Facebook account, you can add your email to your account. Change Your Password. I got an email saying I requested a new password but I didn't make this request.If you received a Facebook password reset email that you didn't request, it's likely that someone accidentally entered your email or username when attempting to log into their account. By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies. The scammer may ask you to provide personal information, such as your physical address or bank details. If you're logged in but have forgotten your password, follow the steps under Change Your Password then click Forgot your password? and follow the steps to reset it. Suspicious Emails and Messages. If you receive a second email saying that your password was reset, you should immediately secure your account.View Full Article Share ArticleWas this information helpful?YesNo. If this email isnt confirmed, it wont be added as confirmed to their Facebook account.The easiest thing to do is ignore the email. Jump toSections of this pageAccessibility HelpPress alt + / to open this menuRemoveTo help personalize content, tailor and measure ads, and provide a safer experience, we use cookies. Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.FacebookJoin or Log Into Facebook Email or PhonePasswordForgot account?Log InDo you want to join Facebook?Sign UpSign UpThis page isn't availableThe link you followed may be broken, or the page may have been removed.Go back to the previous page Go to News Feed Visit our Help CenterEnglish (US)NederlandsFryskPolskiTrkeDeutschFranais (France)EspaolPortugus (Brasil)ItalianoSign UpLog InMessengerFacebook LiteMobileFind FriendsPeoplePagesPlacesGamesLocationsCelebritiesMarketplaceGroupsRecipesSportsLookMomentsInstagramLocalAboutCreate AdCreate PageDevelopersCareersPrivacyCookiesAd ChoicesTermsHelpSettingsActivity Log Facebook 2018. Instead, report it to phishfb.com or through the report links that appear throughout Facebook.View Full Article Share ArticleWas this information helpful?YesNo. As long as you don't click the link to reset your password, no action will be taken and your account will remain secure.If you think someone is entering your username by mistake, you can turn off password resets for your username. Will Facebook ever ask me for my password?Facebook will never ask you for your password in an email or Facebook message. .. I received an email that I created a new Facebook account, but I didnt create a new account.Most likely, someone tried to create a Facebook account using your email by mistake. Go to the Find Your Account Page.Type the email, mobile phone number, full name or username associated with your account, then click Search.Follow the on-screen instructions 5a02188284
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