How to Delete an Ad Account on Facebook
There are times when you might want to delete your ad account on Facebook. Maybe you no longer want to continue advertising on the site, or maybe you just want to clean up your account for privacy reasons.
You might not be able to delete an ad account
When you decide to close your Facebook ad account, it’s important to be aware of the steps that you should take. There are several ways to do this, but you should be aware that there are some exceptions to the rule. Specifically, it’s important to know that deactivating your ad account does not mean that it will be permanently deleted. You’ll have to wait at least two business days before you can deactivate your ad account. In the meantime, you’ll also have to make sure you have settled any unpaid balances. If you do not settle your balances before closing your ad account, you’ll have to go through the same process as deactivating it.
To deactivate an ad account, you’ll need to go to the Ads Manager. This is where you can manage your ad accounts, view ad information, and manage your campaigns. Once you’ve got access to the Ads Manager, you’ll need to find the Deactivate Ad Account link in the Business payments section.
While you’re there, you’ll need to make sure you’re on the right side of Facebook’s Terms of Service agreement. You can’t create a new personal profile on Facebook, so you’ll need to ensure that you have full rights to the page before attempting to deactivate it.
Before you start, you should check with your bank to see if your card has been charged for an ad campaign. That’s because Facebook will delete any payment information that you have. It will also charge the balance you still owe before deleting your ad account.
You should also be sure that you’ve made your case to Facebook about why you need to close your ad account. This is especially important if you’re planning to reactivate it in the future. Getting banned from Facebook is no fun, and you want to make it as easy as possible for Facebook to see that you are playing by the rules.
If you don’t have the time to review Facebook’s advertising policies and your account is already closed, you can ask to have it reviewed by a Facebook representative. The company has an automated ad review system that looks for flags. They’ll then contact you through email. Depending on the situation, you may have to provide a few details about your account.
After reviewing your ad, Facebook will either allow you to close it or reject your request. Alternatively, they’ll give you a list of reasons that they’re able to close it. Among the things you’ll need to consider is whether you’re using your ad account for malicious purposes.
Finally, you should be aware that Facebook’s automated ad review system will not always accept your appeal. For example, if you’re an advertiser, you’ll have to identify a number of triggers that you think could cause an ad to be flagged before you can make an appeal.
You should delete your Facebook Business Manager account
If you no longer want to use Facebook for your business, you may want to consider deleting your Facebook Business Manager account. Deleted accounts aren’t recoverable and you won’t be able to access them after you delete them. To delete your account, first go to the Business Settings section of your page. Then click on the hamburger icon and select the option to remove your business.
You’ll have to make sure that you have a valid email address to get this done. You can also set up two-factor authentication, a passcode, or a text message. While this process may seem a little intimidating at first, it’s actually fairly simple.
In order to remove yourself from your business, you need to be an administrator. This can be the CEO, a marketing director, or even a social media manager. However, you should be aware that some of these roles have different levels of authority, so your role will vary. It is still possible for the owner to be able to view and edit the page. When it comes to removing yourself, the most common reason is to clear out space for a new account.
If you’re a Page owner, you’ll have the option to delete your Facebook Business Manager account by selecting the gray ‘Permanently Delete Business’ button. Alternatively, you can choose to leave your business in unpublished mode. Unpublished Pages won’t be visible to the public until they’re published again. For this reason, you shouldn’t leave your Page in an unpublished state for too long, unless you have an immediate need to do so.
Regardless of what you decide to do, you will have to make sure that you save any content before you delete the account. Once you do, you’ll have to wait 24 hours before your account is removed. If you do not have an immediate need to delete your account, you can move it to a different location.
If you have a lead ad, however, you won’t be able to delete your Facebook Business Manager account. Lead ads are Business Managers that have been approved for custom access. Using lead ads is a great way to get new customers, but it can also prevent you from removing your FB Business Manager account.
The easiest way to manage multiple ad accounts is to use a tool like Facebook Business Manager. It’s designed to allow you to easily add, monitor, and manage your accounts in one place. Additionally, it’s easy to give your team members access to your account. As a result, it can help keep you on top of all your assets.
There are a few things that you should know before you decide to remove your Business Manager account. One of them is that you’ll have to make sure that you’ve paid off any outstanding ad balance. If you haven’t, the account will remain active, but you will have to pay off your debt. Also, you’ll have to make sure that you’ve deleted any apps in your Business Manager.