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Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetInternetFacebook · 1 month ago

What's the purpose of having multiple facebook accounts? ?

This guy I know has 3 Facebook accounts. He's not the professional type, he doesn't have his own business he's a player. All of his Facebook accounts have the same name too& he's active on all 3 accounts just doesn't make sense. 

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  • Daniel
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Some people make more then 1 Account for a Back up incase something Happens to there Original or they make one Because someone Blocked them on there Original Account and they want to Stalk them Either way its against Facebook's TOS Terms of Service to make more then 1 Account

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Wanting to be banned and too dumb to read the rules by the sound if it.

    More than one account, ever, and you get a lifetime ban once facebook detects it.

  • i + i
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Some people repeatedly post things that get 

    them banned -- this way he can keep going 

    with the other accounts while waiting for a 

    ban to get lifted.  Some people are heavily 

    subscribed (following) many different things -- 

    it can be easier to manage if you have a few 

    different accounts (e.g. a sports account, a 

    news/headlines account, a whatever account). 

    Some people belong to 'secret' groups, and 

    they'll use an alternate account to follow these. 

    Some people administrate/moderate groups, 

    and will use different accounts to do so. 

    I could go on with several more examples, 

    but I think you get the idea. Here's a thought: 

    WHY NOT JUST ASK HIM?

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