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I've been running an online business offering Facebook related services since January - that includes facebook likes, shares, etc. The website is www.fbviros.com
About a month or two ago I received a letter from a representative of Facebook asking to close down the business. I ignored the email because it had a basic layout and looked just like the other ones I often get from competitors.
However, yesterday my personal account on Facebook has been blocked and I received a more serious email from them again. This time it seems to be asking for more than just closing down the website, and it made me a little worried. I wanted to attach the letter but couldn't find an option here so you can view it on this link: http://unibiz.co/files/FbViro%20Medvedev%20-%20C&D%20-%20Like%20Sales%20Fb.pdf
am sure you will have a better idea by looking at the letter.
I am ready to close down the site and even transfer them the domains.. However, I will not give up the money I've earned over the past months as it seems to be too much. Also you might want to know that I am a citizen of Kazakhstan, but I've lived in Czech Republic, Prague for over 8 years now. So I am currently residing in Central Europe.
I look forward to your prompt response and appreciate the help. If there is anything you need to know please do not hesitate ask.
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