How To Recover Facebook Ads Account

Were you surprised to find that your Facebook Ads account was disabled? No need to panic – there may still be a chance to restore it! This blog post will provide a step-by-step guide to help you recover your disabled Facebook Ads account.

Understanding Why Your Account was Disabled

First, you need to understand why your account was disabled. Facebook disables ad accounts that violate their Advertising Policies. Check these policies to see if you have indeed breached any of them.

Steps to Recover Your Disabled Facebook Ads Account

Follow these steps to attempt to recover your disabled account:

Step 1: Appeal the Decision

Visit the Account Quality section, which is in the Facebook Ads Manager. Here, you can see any policy violations related to your ad account. You can appeal the decision by clicking on the Request Review button.

Step 2: Fill Out the Form

You will be directed to a form where you need to provide some information. Fill it out accurately and in as much detail as possible to explain why you believe the decision was incorrect.

Step 3: Wait for Facebook’s Response

After submitting the form, wait for Facebook’s response. This usually takes about 48 hours, but it can take longer in some cases. Be patient.

Step 4: Respond to Facebook’s Requests

If Facebook asks for additional information, provide it as soon as possible to expedite the review process.

Step 5: Learn from the Experience

Whether your appeal is successful or not, use this as a learning experience. Understand what led to your account being disabled and avoid similar actions in the future.


Getting your Facebook Ads account disabled can be frustrating, but it’s not the end of the world. By understanding Facebook’s rules and following them closely, you can avoid future issues. Good luck with your appeal!