I know you are eager to know how to claim Facebook page ownership to merge Facebook business pages to the verified ones. 1) Go to the place page claim page on facebook that you wish to claim and click on the settings drop down beside the message button. In this case, we will select “Is this your business”.
The claimed Facebook page for Barbwire Barbecue. Before you can claim your business page on Facebook, you first need to set up a personal account. If you don’t have an account, simply go to and register for one. If you have access to the business phone line, the first option, “Verify by Phone,” is the easiest way to claim your unofficial Facebook business page.
Your best bet is to instigate a chat with Facebook’s customer support team to work this out. You can do this in two ways; through email or with documentation. The email route is simple, but it requires that you have a Facebook account registered to an email from your business.
The owner of the company and one other person are both Admins. How do we take ownership of the page without this former employee? All FB help and links don’t go anywhere that will help. My personal account was hacked, and once lost admin status. There is a moderator but no other admins.
You’ll be asked to sign in, if you already have an account, or to create an account either with your email address, or with your Facebook or Google account. Pick whichever is more convenient for you. You can now set up your profile with your correct business information. 5.) On the next selection, choose the option that best suits your unique scenario and click the Submit button.
You will be asked to create an account. You’ll then need to verify your business through an email or a simple phone call. This can be frustrating because you have to figure out how to claim, delete, or even merge duplicate Facebook Business pages. It turns out that duplicate Facebook Business pages are common — checking into and mentioning businesses in Facebook posts is very popular. Enter your business name and select a category for your business.
I manage several business pages with my personal FB account. I have not been able to get it back. So I created a new personal account.
You may be asked to supply additional verification information before you are granted ownership of the place. Type in your business’s name, address, phone number, website, any third-party listings and your relationship to the business. Log in to your Facebook account and type the name of your business into the search box at the top of the page. Name your Page with your business’s name. Be sure that the name is the same name you use on yourGoogle Business listing and other online profiles. Select the category that best describes your business.
You will be required to submit scanned documentation to verify your ownership of the business that the page represents. This can be in the form of your business licenses, tax documents, and utility bills. This process can be a little more tricky. Sometimes Facebook automatically generates an unofficial business listing for your company.
In this example, you can see this brand has matching usernames on Twitter, Facebook, Mixer, and Twitch. To do so, you can go back to your Facebook Page’s “About” tab and click on the “Edit” link next to your username. In the past, you could only update your Facebook Page’s username once. You now have easy-to-remember usernames and vanity URLs for both your Facebook Page and your Messenger account.