Click the button to “Start Verification.”
You’ll have a four or five-step verification process that should look like this…
1. Confirm Your Identity.
Not everyone will have this step. It’s most likely to appear if you need to appeal a decision to ban your account.
You’ll need to upload a photo ID or two forms of non-photo identification. You won’t be able to move to the next step until Facebook has reviewed this submission.
2. Enter Business Details.
This includes legal business name, address, phone number, and website.
3. Select Your Business.
Facebook will generate a list of legal businesses that match your submission. Select the correct business from the list.
If your business does not appear, you’ll need to upload official documents. If approved, you won’t need to proceed with the following steps.
4. Confirm Your Business Details and Get a Verification Code.
Select a phone number that you have access to, and click “Next.” Choose to receive a verification code via text, call, or email (a call may not be available in all countries). Then check your phone or email to complete the verification.
5. Verify Your Domain.
You can also verify your domain instead of going through Step 4. This requires you to add some code to your official business website. Verifying your domain is a good idea generally, even if you don’t for the purposes of business verification.
Last updated Jun 08, 2022
Applies to: Other