How do i claim facebook page that already exists for my business?

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I want to claim Facebook page that has been created by someone and the page contain our business information...


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I don't think that you can do that, I mean it was own by somebody else right? Try to message that page, that will be impossible.

Can you please elaborate what you were trying to saying, it is so confusing?

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If someone stole your brand name and is pretending to be you when they're not, you might be able to get FB to close the page by contacting their support, but you won't be able to get access to it as it's made from someone else account.

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If you have a bricks-and-mortar store, you need to claim your Places Page as it shows up in mobile Facebook. Then you have the opportunity to merge your Places information with your official business Page on Facebook. A good process would be to create your Official Business Page first and then go and claim your Places Page.

To claim your Place, follow these steps:

Go to Facebook and search for your business name.
You don’t need to be on a smartphone to do this step. Also, you can use the Search bar at the top of every Facebook screen.
If your business’s Place already exists on Facebook, click or tap it to visit its page.
If it’s a Facebook Places Page, it’s listed below the Places heading.
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Click or tap the link titled Know the Owner? in the left column. You also have the option to click the gear icon under the Timeline Cover photo and choose Is This Your Business?
A pop-up window asks you to verify that you’re an official representative of the physical location.
Click or tap the verification check box and then click or tap the Proceed with Verification button.
You see a claiming-process page.
Enter your business information, and click or tap Continue.
To claim your business, Facebook asks you to provide the following information:
Official name of business
Business address
Business phone number
Business website
Third-party listing (such as a Yelp! or Better Business Bureau listing)
Your relationship with the location (such as Owner)
Verify your business by providing additional information.
You’re asked to verify that you’re the owner of the business through an e-mail or a document-verification process.
Your e-mail address must be a business address (one that has your business name in the domain name). If you choose document verification, you have to provide scanned images of a phone or utility bill that includes the business’s name and address.
Click or tap Submit.
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Do you mean they used your business info without your permission? The best solution to that is report that page to Facebook admin.


 

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