What is wrong with facebook? Why does it keep saying that my email is not valid anymore? I verified my email so much time on facebook but then the same message keeps showing up. Does anyone know how to fix this problem? I can't even receive email from the email address I use for my facebook account.
Maybe that is why it's invalid?
If your old e-mail address has been deleted or marked as abandoned, Facebook might no longer accept it.
The point of having an e-mail with Facebook is so they have some way to contact you and validate your existence outside of Facebook. If you cannot access the e-mail address you use with Facebook, you have defeated the whole purpose of having an e-mail associated with your Facebook account.
Part of being ‘valid’ is working. If the e-mail doesn’t not accept e-mail then it doesn’t work. If Facebook can tell that the e-mail you use does not actually exist anymore, they will not accept it as valid.
You should use an e-mail address that works, or create a new e-mail address, one you can actually receive e-mail at, and make it your primary e-mail address with Facebook. That may be the simplest solution to your problem. [ Razhie's advice column | Ask Razhie A Question ]
Xui answered Wednesday June 8 2011, 2:10 pm: It sounds like someone may of hacked your email address, Try going into "Forgot password section" in your email. If you have a security question set up you can retrieve your email address.
Same thing with Facebook, Go to the "Forgot Password" If you can't find your email with your account after trying to answer security question then you may be out of luck. :( [ Xui's advice column | Ask Xui A Question ]
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