In the Find your account window, enter your email address or phone number into the appropriate field and click “Search.”
nce you click the Search button, Facebook will send you a list of all the accounts associated with that information.
If you don’t see your account listed, try entering another email address or phone number associated with your account (any you can think of that you usually use for social media accounts sign up or recovery).
Once you see your account listed, click “This is my account.”
In the next window, you’ll need to choose how you wish to recover/verify the account:
Through an email.
Or, through SMS, and once you choose an option, click Continue.
Tip: Choose the option you’re certain you’ve set up. For instance, don’t choose SMS recovery if you’ve never used your phone number for your FB account.
On the next page, depending on the chosen option (let us imagine it’s via an email), you’ll receive mail that contains the following:
The code you received – Type it in the text box> and then click Continue.
You should now be able to log into your Facebook account!
By clicking the Continue button, you’re automatically taken to another window.
Here, you should choose between: Keep me logged in and Log me out of other devices. Choose the second one > Continue.
Now, it’s time to create a new password and enter it in the box located nearby the top of the page.
All good! You can now log in using your brand new password, and the ‘intruder’ can’t get in your account now.
How To Recover a Hacked Facebook Account Without Email Or Phone Number?
Is it possible? Let’s find out by following the below steps:
Open a browser on your PC, Google Chrome,for example.
In Google Chrome, type “Facebook account hacked” into the search bar.
Tip: Don’t use a mobile browser since you won’t be able to do anything later.
Look for “Report Compromised Account – Facebook” among the results and right-click it.
Go to “Report Compromised Account” > then click on My Account Is Compromised.