How do I delete a Facebook business page without admin?

Answered by Randy McIntyre

If you are not an Administrator of the Facebook business page you want to delete, the process can be a bit more complicated. However, there are a few steps you can try to delete the page.

1. Contact the Page Owner/Administrator: The first step is to try and reach out to the current Administrator of the page. You can send them a message explaining your situation and request them to delete the page for you. If you have a good reason for wanting the page deleted, they might be willing to help you out.

2. Report the Page: If you are unable to get in touch with the Page Owner/Administrator, you can try reporting the page to Facebook. To do this, go to the Facebook page you want to delete and click on the “…” button below the page cover photo. From the drop-down menu, select “Report Page.” Follow the prompts to report the page to Facebook.

3. Provide Evidence: When reporting the page, it’s important to provide evidence or a valid reason for wanting it deleted. Explain why you are unable to contact the Page Administrator and why you believe the page should be removed. The more information and evidence you can provide, the better chances you have of Facebook taking action.

4. Wait for Facebook’s Response: After reporting the page, Facebook will review your request and decide whether or not to delete the page. This process may take some time, so be patient. Facebook will typically send you a notification or email regarding the outcome of your request.

5. Seek Legal Advice: If all else fails and you have a legitimate reason for wanting the page deleted, you might consider seeking legal advice. Consult with a lawyer who specializes in social media or internet law. They can guide you on the appropriate steps to take and help you navigate any legal issues that may arise.

Remember, deleting a Facebook business page without admin access can be challenging. It’s always best to try and resolve the issue amicably by contacting the Page Owner/Administrator first. If that fails, follow the steps outlined above and consider seeking professional advice if necessary.