bbecause Facebook has very strict security policies writing to them will really not produce anything. Hopefully at 66 you are not ready to bite the bullet quite yet,, but if you are let me know and I can give you a list of things that are much more fun to be doing under final days then looking at Facebook. There system is notorious for looping around insecurity loops. And they do lacked customer service to help. The only real way to get back into your Facebook account is through the automated process unfortunately. From the outside and as a third-party, we have absolutely no access to their security systems. In fact you would be hard-pressed to find somebody within Facebook that has any type of direct access to their security systems either. If you absolutely just can get back in, maybe if you can tell me where you're getting stuck I might be able to help little bit better. I can tell you that the temporarily locked message is something that is indeed temporary and is based on using an incorrect login too many times in a row. It does not mean that the account is permanently locked. It just means that you've used the wrong password. After that. Either 24 or 48 hours you can try again with no ill effects. Or, after that 24 or 48 hours, you can immediately go to the forgot password ***** and start the process of trying to Recover your password. yyou won't be able to recover your password ***** that lockout time and anytime you try to access the account before that time is expired will simply reset the timer. Their security is very strict and is very inconvenient when you are on the opposite side of it. Most of the time it does do its job serving you as great protection against someone else getting to your account. But when it serves as stopping you from getting into your account it is extremely annoying. Another thing you can do depending on how much you rely on your existing Facebook account is to simply create a new one. I know that is not always practical if someone has a great deal of content in their Facebook account already. What would happen if you did that is they would eventually delete the original one. Like I said I don't expect that to be practical but it is an option if it is your only option. Let me know if there's something I can do to help you proceed and I'll be happy to do it.
You will have to use a different email, yes. As I said, the problem is that if you want to access or even delete the old accounts, you must be able to log into them first.