A Facebook confirmation code
is essential to login to an account once subscribed. Sometimes network and frequency errors in the internet cause a delay in delivering the code to the recipient. Nevertheless, there is a solution. Common internet errors like the use of "www" in an email address or an incorrect email address may cause a delay in receiving your Facebook code. Subscribers don't need to worry though; simply fill in the Facebook confirmation form for not receiving the code on the internet. Checking all spam and drafts folders of your email account is also advised. Internet service providers block some emails for security reasons.Facebook will resend the confirmation code when a subscriber submits the form.
You have subscribed to Facebook but you have not received your confirmation code ?
Follow the steps below to resolve this issue:
- Check your email application's spam or junk folder or filter. Be aware that some emails may be blocked by your ISP (Internet Service Provider).
- Check that you're trying to log in from the exact email address you registered with. A common error is registering with an incorrect email domain (e.g. @comcast.com is not the same as @comcast.net). Keep in mind that email addresses never begin with a "www" prefix.
If you definitely have not received your confirmation, fill in the form below:
Facebook should then resend your confirmation code.
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