Facebook account pen name profile - Can I do this or would I get banned?

by Christoffer 0 replies
I have been thinking about setting up a facebook profile account for my business using a pen name, so I can use this pen name profile to public and my fanpages to keep business and personal life separated. I know that pen names is not allowed on facebook, but I would like hear if someone have some advise and thought on this?

If I want to buy facebook ads to my Facebook Fanpages and using my PayPal account, would Facebook be able to see my real name, that is not the same showing up on my Facebook profile?

Hope someone have some tips and advice on this

Thank you so much

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