Your Facebook Ad Account is Disabled? Here is How to Get it Back Fast

Are you in this scenario with your Facebook Ad Account? You have been running ads for your business or a client for months with no problem. Then one day you get an email or you check your Ad Account like you normally do and notice your Facebook Ad Account has been Disabled?

When this situation happens with your Facebook ads, it typically falls into two categories: disapproved ads or disabled accounts. If you’ve experienced ad disapproval, it’s likely due to a violation, whereas a disabled account is due to repeated ad violations or negative feedback on your account.

In this tutorial, you’ll find out why Facebook may suspend your ads and show you how to activate a disabled Facebook ad account as fast as possible!

Why Was My Facebook Ad Account Disabled?

After you launch an ad, Facebook considers a couple of things.

The first is the ad itself, including its texts, images, targeting settings, and positioning. The second is the landing page where the ad is displayed, the page’s functionality, and how well the page matches the promoted product or service.

Facebook ads must comply with numerous advertising policies and community standards.

Here are some wording scenarios that may be the reason why your Facebook Ad Account is disabled, check these below so you can fix them!

  • Use of flagged words, such as “this” because that word is often used as clickbait. Excessive use of “you” or “your” may also cause disapproval.

  • Unessacary amounts of markings, characters, or using all capital letters.

  • An issue with your landing page. Redirects to another type of page, obtrusive pop-ups, or income claims will get flagged.

  • Violating the personal attributes section of the ad policy.

  • Using Facebook’s trademark, logo, images, or even just not capitalizing the word “Facebook.”

If your ads are disapproved after running for a period of time, it could be due to:

  • Frequency, or how long the ad has been running. If people see the same ad too often, they might report or hide it, which could encourage Facebook to close it down.