Managing FaceBook Ad account on behalf of a business and risk of it being disabled

by ajo
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I am new to these forums but this looked like the place to get help.

I am quite new to FaceBook ads and I have run a couple of ads to try thing out for myself. This was just targeted ads linking to my etsy store. Last night though, after FaceBook had taken my first payment, I had an email saying that my account had been disabled. I clicked on the linking saying I think its a mistake, and this morning it is all back to normal.

I am not sure why it got disabled, as far as I know I wasn't breaking any rules.

This has worried me though as I may soon be creating and managing ads on behalf of another business. Most things are already set up, their ad account is listed in my business manager. What would happen though if for some reason this account was disabled too? Is there a fall back, should they have more ad accounts that I have access too?

Sorry this was long, I hope you can help.


#account #behalf #business #disabled #facebook #managing #risk
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  • Profile picture of the author techwizard
    Nothing will happen as long as what was disabled is your ad account and not the business manager itself.

    So, don't worry, your client's ad account won't face any issue.
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  • Profile picture of the author ajo

    The way I understand it, is that I've been given permissions to use their ad account? This way the ads are paid for using their card with their limit etc.

    Under my list I have my ad accounts and their business ad account too.

    Am I understanding this right?
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  • Profile picture of the author saku007
    Yeah, I was in a similar spot few weeks ago and I actually got my main account banned. It's quite a frustrating situation - I've had this actually happen before as well, but then a quick appeal fixed things. This time didn't go so easily.

    I heard their appeal process has changed. There are some very specific details etc that go into the appeal. A friend of mine who has dealt with these situations longer than myself hooked me up with an ebook/PDF about how to write these appeals. The book even has ready written ones. Just minor edits and good to go, got my account back quite fast
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