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New year resolution -> Facebook Account Deactivation


Your Facebook account has been deactivated.

To reactivate your account, simply log in as you normally would, and we'll send you a reactivation email.

Come back soon,
The Facebook Team


Yet more cleanup to come.

[tags] facebook, account, deactivation, new year, resolution, reactivation, cleanup[/tags]

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  1. Deactivating Facebook? How the heck do you expect to stay in the social network scene? ;)

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  2. NasimJo
    Thanks.

    Dave
    Good news fly fast same to good events ;)

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  3. Hey Jad, what did you do to me man?

    I really need you my friend! I'm still a noob in programming and web design and I need guidance!

    I need you man!
    How am I supposed to stay in contact with you now, huh?

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  4. Omar Hafez
    Don't worry, I'll ping you with my email address.

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  5. Thanks man! ;D

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