Are you allowed to have two Facebook accounts?

It’s against the Facebook Community Standards to maintain more than one personal account. If you want to represent your business, organization, brand or product on Facebook, you can use your personal account to create and manage a Page.

What happens if you have two Facebook accounts?

Since it goes against our Community Standards to maintain more than one personal account, we don’t have a way to merge multiple accounts. However, you can manually switch to one account and keep the information that’s important to you.

Can I have two Facebook profiles on one account?

The most important reason is Facebook will not allow users to have two profiles, as it is against their Terms of Service. If Facebook discover a user is maintaining two personal accounts, they will shut them both down.

Can I have 2 Facebook accounts on one phone?

Most people have just one Facebook accounts. In fact, Facebook doesn’t like it when you have two accounts, it prefers people to keep just one account. … The company actually offers two Facebook apps — no, we are not talking about the Messenger app — that you can use to log into two different Facebook accounts.

Why would a person have 2 Facebook accounts?

One of the most common reasons that someone wants to have multiple Facebook accounts is the scenario we addressed in the introduction: They want to cleanly segment off their life in nice, neat (and separate) Facebook profiles.

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Why is there 2 Facebook accounts on my phone?

It might be because either you have downloaded two applications i.e one original and the other one lite version of it. To verify that you should check application names in the play store. However, if there is just one app, then you should check the app clone of you system.

How do I create a new Facebook account if I already have one?

Go to the Facebook homepage (facebook.com) and fill in the required fields on the sign-up form along the right side of the page. Enter an email address that has not yet been used to register for a previous Facebook account, your first and last name, a password, your gender and your birthdate.

Why you shouldn’t use your real name on Facebook?

People are more likely to add you if they are assured your online identity is “real.” Your real name coupled with a real photo of yourself can resonate in the memory of someone who might have heard your name once. Using a fake one, even with a real photo of yourself, might make someone second guess.