Facebook do not want to earn my money!

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I tried to begin fb ads and I'm going to do it for the long term.So facebook will earn a lot money from me. But they don't want to earn it. When I tried to set up the fb ads account, some error occurred and I don't know why.

This is the message from facebook:

Ad Manager Error

Our systems have detected unusual payment activity on your account. As a security precaution, the payments functionality on your account has been disabled and all of your ads have been stopped. For more information, please contact us.


I tried to use paypal as the payment method. I'm sure there is nothing wrong with my paypal account. I don't know what does this message mean and I contacted the support. But no reply, though it's over 24 hours since I contacted them.

What should I do now to start my fb ad account?
#earn #facebook #facebook ad #money
  • Profile picture of the author franktwin
    Hi,
    I tried FB ads and I can honestly say I was disappointed.. You should contact their sales support team in the help section, they usually respond within 24 hours when it comes to money...lol
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    • Profile picture of the author fearlesspioneer
      Originally Posted by franktwin View Post

      Hi,
      I tried FB ads and I can honestly say I was disappointed.. You should contact their sales support team in the help section, they usually respond within 24 hours when it comes to money...lol
      How to contact the sales support team? I can't find the contact information in the help section.
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  • Profile picture of the author GST
    How can you say facebook dont want to earn money?

    have you see the crap they are trying to pull lately?

    charging users to send messages to people they dont know, opening up their own search engine, practically eliminating 0.01 clicks, charging to promote posts. the list goes on

    facebook have turned into a real bunch of money grabbing douche bags
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  • Profile picture of the author mcwalker25
    uh-oh....
    this happened to me, and not because i was doing things unethically...

    I was inputing a coupon code to receive free credits... however, i had to leave the house and couldnt do it all in one sitting, so i got to my associate's house and finished it... only to see that message.
    there is an option for you to fill in a questioneer...

    the questioneer is automated to either shut your ad-platform down or let you resume what you were doing.
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    • Profile picture of the author fearlesspioneer
      Originally Posted by GST View Post

      How can you say facebook dont want to earn money?

      have you see the crap they are trying to pull lately?

      charging users to send messages to people they dont know, opening up their own search engine, practically eliminating 0.01 clicks, charging to promote posts. the list goes on

      facebook have turned into a real bunch of money grabbing douche bags
      They don't allow me to run ads on their site.

      Originally Posted by mcwalker25 View Post

      uh-oh....
      this happened to me, and not because i was doing things unethically...

      I was inputing a coupon code to receive free credits... however, i had to leave the house and couldnt do it all in one sitting, so i got to my associate's house and finished it... only to see that message.
      there is an option for you to fill in a questioneer...

      the questioneer is automated to either shut your ad-platform down or let you resume what you were doing.
      I filled in the questioneer, nothing happened and no reply from them.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    As an alternative, you can open another account and set up ads from there. But basically, you can have their support team resolve the issue for you as they may reconsider restoring your account. Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author eternalsongbird
    Facebook has a huge source of money in ads. So it doesn't bother you.
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  • Profile picture of the author northwish
    That happened to my account yesterday. It even blocked me from logging in to facebook profile saying that it has been hacked. I set the CPC to $0.01. I think they got angry )
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  • Profile picture of the author forkindking
    Its easy to get ad manager error when you create ads!
    Anyone have good idea on this ?
    I think maybe fb system's problem ?
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  • Profile picture of the author alen12345
    Facebook is the best way for get make money online with the help of social media optimization.
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  • Profile picture of the author yusufshembah
    if you got AME, then upload id and says your account is not affected by fraud. and was fixed back.
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  • Profile picture of the author brutecky
    Originally Posted by fearlesspioneer View Post

    .So facebook will earn a lot money from me. But they don't want to earn it.
    Well I dont want to be blunt, but the simple fact is that your likely to small to even make a blip on Facebooks radar. Now Im not going to presume to know what your ad budget is but Facebook makes $104,000,000 per month in ads. If you wanted an account rep to help you, you need a $50,000 per month ad spend, before they will even consider assigning a rep to you. And even then its not guaranteed.

    The simple truth is that most of us are just to small for Facebook to care about, so if there is anything that looks strange they just cut you off.
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
    Originally Posted by fearlesspioneer View Post

    What should I do now to start my fb ad account?
    The answer to your question is in your original message

    Originally Posted by fearlesspioneer View Post

    For more information, please contact us.
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  • Profile picture of the author msharmjia
    Yes, this is quite true that their support is too slow. I as well placed some ads before on FB, they took more than 36 hours to get approved. In this mean time i sent many mails to their support, but nothing comes out. Those ads got live still my ticket wasn't replied nor updated.. In your case, you should better try to contact them via Phone..
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  • Profile picture of the author image0611
    Facebook Ad Manager Error seemed to be a very common issue. When I search for it, Google returned results as early as 2011. Still Facebook simply reject people.

    I finally got a reply from Facebook team after 4 days of waiting and here's their reply regarding Facebook Ad Manager Error:

    Our records indicate that your payments account was disabled due to suspected fraudulent activity. In the interest of protecting our users, we will not be able to reenable your payments account. This decision is final.

    Thanks for your understanding,
    What I didn't get is, what is considered fradulent activity? I was running legitimate ads following a FB course and funding with my Paypal money. What is wrong with this picture?
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