Mark Zuckerberg Facebook account deleted, but restored later

By on May 13, 2011 in Internet, United States, Weird Comments

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook account was deleted, but was restored later when Facebook realized that he is not a copy cat of the Facebook founder.



Mark S. Zuckerberg
Image Credit: IamMarkZuckerberg.com

According to international news sites, a lawyer named Mark S. Zuckerberg complained after his Facebook account was banned on Monday, May 9, 2011.

As reported earlier, Mark S. Zuckerberg is a bankruptcy attorney from Indianapolis who joined Facebook in 2009, but was required to present copies of his birth certificate, his driver’s license and his Indianapolis Bar Association license before his account was approved.

When his account was approved, Mark S. Zuckerberg said he has been receiving 500 friend invitations a day and a lot of complaints asking technical support from Facebook.

“If you had Googled Mark Zuckerberg in 2004, you would have found me. No one else. Mark S. Zuckerberg, bankruptcy attorney.” He wrote on his one-page site IamMarkZuckerberg.com.

“If you had repeated the search two years later, you wouldn’t have found me at all.” Attorney Zuckerberg added, whose main website is Zucklaw.com.

On Wednesday, Mark S. Zuckerberg told WishTV that he was originally denied from joining Facebook two years ago and went through the process for about 4 months.

Apparently, Mark S. Zuckerberg’s Facebook account was restored on Wednesday afternoon when his story became headlines, with Facebook apologizing for the inconvenience.



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