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How do I get 'Facebook' to remove a 'fake' page created by someone else with my son's name on it?

Another student in my son's school created a 'fake' Facebook page under my son's name, only to use it as a tool to post insults and bullying. It has sat domant now for 4 years; I have sent emails to Facebook to remove it, but no response and no results. What can we do to eliminate it?

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Did you go to help and reported it. There is a report page under help to report a profile using your name
also if son is under 15 years of age also mention this !

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facebook has there own rules & restrictions, if your son haven't followed it then his account will be blocked :)
if it goes on then his account will be disabled :)

Ex: if your son has sent request to someone, then if they won't accept soon then block continues :)

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You mean this one (click here), if so, I don't think this is fake or you mean those photos are not the not her or that girl's photos uploaded by someone on this user?

You can try "Report/Block this person" [bottom of her profile page] and submit it as "Fake Profile",.

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Hi,
you can use facebook.....
Getting Started and Creating an Account
• Visit http://www.facebook.com or http://www.thefacebook.com
• In the upper right hand corner of the site, click on “register.”
• To Register for the College Facebook, enter your name, status, and email (with the
.edu), and choose a password.
o Special notes:
? The college facebook and the high school facebook are completely
separate from each other. College students on facebook cannot view
High School students and vice versa.
? The name you type here will appear to users within your
college/university. Facebook.com does not monitor what names are
displayed. This is how students can create (with one of their alternate
.edu addresses) profiles for other people since the email address is not
compared to the name that is listed here.
? The statuses available are: student, grad student, faculty, staff, alumni
? As facebook.com has mentioned, you should not use the same password
that you use for your email account. This could be a security issue for
some of our students who tend to use the same password for everything.
• Once you have created your account, you will receive an email with verification
instructions. (Students who have created accounts with other people’s names still
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Please post your feedback and Vote if the problem resolved as per your satisfaction.

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