|If you manage any Facebook pages, watch out for messages sent to the page inbox claiming to be from Facebook or Meta which say your page is going to be disabled due to violations.
This is a common scam and we are seeing it at a very high volume. IF YOU GET ONE OF THESE MESSAGES IT IS IMPORTANT YOU DELETE IT, AND DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR GIVE THEM ANY INFORMATION. These kinds of scams are known as “phishing scams” and they work by pretending to be something legit as a way get your private data.
If there legitimately was an issue with one of your pages, Meta would email you directly at your registered email and send notifications to the admins on the app. I repeat, Meta will NEVER DM your page about a violation.
If you do ever receive something by email, please check the email address it was sent from. If the address is not from a @support.facebook.com or similar address containing facebook.com then it is also a scam.
If you are uncertain if something you received is legitimate or a scam, send a screenshot or forward the message to email@example.com and our Communications Director can help you discern the legitimacy.
More information about these phishing scams can be found at: https://www.omahaseocompany.com/violations-detected-on-your-page-facebook-scam/