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How to get around someone’s block on Facebook

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How to get around someone’s block on Facebook: After reading the guide on how to know if you have been blocked on Facebook, you have come to the conclusion that a user you were friends with on the social network has actually blocked you. You have not yet been able to understand why this person has decided to do this and would like to speak to him to clarify the situation. As you will have already seen, however, once you have been blocked on Facebook it is practically impossible to contact the user in question on the social network: it is as if his profile no longer exists (at least for the person being blocked) .

Since you would love to clarify the situation with those who blocked you, in order to recover the friendship that existed before with the latter, you are wondering how to get around someone’s block on Facebook, and I’m happy to announce that you’ve come to the right place at the right time! In the next few lines, in fact, I will reveal some “tricks” that may be useful for groped to contact a user who has decided to block your account on the most famous social network in the world.

Just a small premise before starting: if a person has blocked you on Facebook, obviously they no longer want to chat with you and show you the contents they post on the social network. Therefore, carefully consider whether it is actually worth trying to contact the user in question or not. Having said that, I would say we can get down to business: make yourself comfortable, take all the time you need to concentrate on reading this tutorial and, more importantly, implement the “tips” that I will give you. There is nothing left for me to do but wish you happy reading and, above all, wish you a big good luck for everything!

Check public information with Google

One of the first solutions that I recommend you try to get around a person’s block on Facebook, especially if you just want to check the latest posts they have published on their profile, is to check public information with Google (or with any other search engine). In carrying out this operation, however, I advise you to activate the undercover browsing in the browser (if you don’t know how to do it, you can help yourself with the instructions in this guide), so as not to log into your Facebook account and browse the site as a guest user (which allows you to bypass the block you have been affected by) .

After opening a new incognito session in the browser, connect to home page Google, type in search bar located in the center of the page, the following search terms: “[nome e cognome dell’utente che ti ha bloccato] Facebook (eg Mario Rossi Facebook) and presses the button depicting the magnifying glass to start the search.

On the page that opens, you will be shown the results corresponding to the search just made: all you have to do is find the link corresponding to the profile of the user searched for (in case of homonymy, there may be more profiles with the same name) and click on it : as if by “magic” you will be able to view all its basic information, including content and posts shared with the privacy setting set to Public.

Create a second Facebook profile

Create a second profile on Facebook is another way by which it is possible to bypass the blocking of a person on the well-known social network. Before doing this, however, I want to tell you that this leads to a violation of the Facebook terms of use which, as you may already know, do not allow you to create two accounts (even less if one of the two is “fake”). The information below, therefore, is to be considered for illustrative purposes only: I take no responsibility for the use you will make of it, OK?

To create a second Facebook account, you need to repeat the same procedure you did when you joined the social network for the first time. If you are already logged in to your Facebook account, you must first log out: if you are working from a mobile, press the button (≡), scroll the displayed screen and tap Go out, while if you are working as a PC, click on the symbol (▾) located at the top right and select the item Go out from the menu that opens.

At this point, press on the voice Join Facebook (if you are working from mobile) and fill out the registration form following the guided procedure: provide yours first name And surname in the appropriate text fields, theemail address or the cellphone number you want to sign up with (obviously, they must be different from your “main” account), provide the password you want to use to log in, enter yours date of birth, indicate if you are man or woman, press the button Create account and follow the instructions given to you to complete the registration procedure.

To complete the registration, then, you will have to type the confirmation code that you will receive at the e-mail address or mobile number provided during registration and press the button Keep it going. If any step is unclear to you, take a look at the guides in which I explain how to create Facebook accounts and how to create two profiles on Facebook: there you will find other information that will certainly be useful for you to proceed without problems.

Ask a mutual friend for help

Ask a friend to log into your Facebook profile of those who blocked you using their account is another “trick” that you can use to view the Facebook profile of the user who blocked you. If possible, ask this “favor” of someone who is mutual friend with the person who blocked you on the social network, i.e. to a user who has the person in question in his or her list of Facebook friends (so as to be sure that he has not blocked the latter as well).

If the friend in question decides to collaborate with you, all he has to do is access his account, search for the profile of the user who blocked you by typing the name and surname in the search bar of the social network located at the top and then press on the corresponding search result. If your friend is particularly cooperative, then you can try asking him to send a message to the user who blocked you on your behalf, asking him why he decided to do so.

I recommend, if the friend you have in common with the person who blocked you on Facebook does not consent to access the profile of the person who blocked you using his account and / or to send a message to the user in question, do not insist: in addition to getting nothing, you would also risk cracking the friendship you have with the latter, further aggravating the situation. Understood?

Contact those who blocked you on Facebook in other ways

If you’ve been blocked on Facebook by a person and want to know why they did this, you can try to contact him in other ways. Who has blocked you, in fact, may have done it by mistake and do not know how to cancel the block (if this is the case, you can advise them to follow the “tips” in my guide on how to unblock a person on Facebook), or they may have done as a result of a misunderstanding and, once the situation is clarified, he may be willing to lift the block.

Even if you have been blocked on Facebook, therefore, try to contact the user who blocked you in other hatreds: for example you can use other platforms with which you are in contact, such as WhatsApp, Telegram, WeChat or Skype (as long as they have not blocked you also on these services!), calling him on the phone or, even better, meeting him in person to clarify the situation vis-à-vis.

If the person who blocked you on Facebook allows you to talk to him, ask him why he did so and, based on the response he gives you, promise him that you will do everything to avoid annoying him again. If, for example, he has blocked you because you text him too many, promise him that you will avoid doing it again; if, on the other hand, he has been bothered by your post, promise him that you will delete it and that you will no longer publish similar content. Obviously, then, keep your word!

If the user who blocked you on Facebook expresses the desire not to revoke the block, respect his choice: who knows, maybe in the future he could decide of his own free will to unblock you on Facebook.