How to send an email to Facebook's administration

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How to send an email to Facebook's administration
The Facebook help centre can be accessed from any page on the site. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

When Facebook first launched, it was a social network exclusive to Harvard University students. By May of 2011, had grown to more than 500 million users. For such a wildly popular website, Facebook administration can be difficult to get a hold of. Certain customer issues can be addressed through e-mail contact forms built into the Facebook help centre, but the forms are often difficult to locate. With a bit of guidance, however -- and the Facebook contact list compiled by the social networking experts at Multibrain -- sending an e-mail to Facebook administration is indeed possible.

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    Navigate to any page of the Facebook website.

  2. 2

    Click "Help" at the bottom of the page.

  3. 3

    Click "Browse Help Topics" and select the topic with which you require assistance.

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    Peruse the topic FAQs for a question that approximates the reason you need to get in touch with Facebook.

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    Click a question to view the answer given by Facebook support. Some answers contain a link to a contact form through which users can e-mail Facebook about the issue addressed in the question. To send an e-mail, click the link provided and fill out all required information before submitting.

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    Log into Facebook if you are unable to locate a contact form for your situation.

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    Type "multibrain" into the search box at the top of the page. Select the page named "multibrain" in all lower case.

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    Click "Notes" and select the note entitled "Need to Get a Hold of Facebook?"

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    Browse the list of available contact forms. Click the form that best describes your situation, fill out the form and click "Submit."

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