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and relied on Facebook to host all my travel and party photos.The website isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, so why not upload all my photos on Facebook for my friends and family to view at their discretion?Not only do I use it to keep in touch with friends and family – but I’m forever adding content to one of the many pages I admin, whether for myself or for clients.Imagine my surprise when I tried to sign into Facebook one morning only to receive the following message: My account was disabled? I tried to log in with another browser and I got the same message. Facebook supplied a form submission page for those wishing to write to Facebook about their disabled account, and I emailed them basically asking why my account was disabled and how I can get access back to the numerous pages I’m an admin for.I had to regain access to Facebook to manage the pages for my clients, and also for my own enterprises.Many of my pages’ admin access were shared with a partner and were easily set back up with the new Facebook account I begrudgingly created, cursing Facebook under my breath as I set up the new account.There were well over 2000 photos, countless videos, blog posts (notes), plus all the contacts (I still haven’t been able to reconnect with many who were all lost when Facebook disabled my account).
We found it in the Terms and Conditions of the website, so Zoosk clearly does not want customers to use this information unless they are looking hard for it. We called customer service and asked the hours of operation to find out the information. San Francisco, CA 94103 The main page for the Zoosk social network is available at https://The customer service department answers calls between 9 A. Those are some pretty tight business hours for a company that stores and automatically charges bank accounts. You can log in to your account, access customer service and find romance all from the official site.Zoosk is an extremely social site so there are Twitter and Facebook pages available as well.I found some articles by famous bloggers or journalists, including Roger Ebert, Robert Scoble, and Stan Shroeder (Mashable).Many of these high-profiled Facebook users had their profiles and/or pages reabled soon after Facebook discovered who they disabled. Reading these articles didn’t instill much hope in me or my situation.
The realization of what I lost was starting to set in too.