Citing "discriminatory practices." This is how climate disinformation wins.
I'm sure these issues wouldn't happen if your facebook ad budget was 1000x.
More, depressing and fascinating. https://climatejustice.rocks/@kathhayhoe/110436657882930430
You get used to it. We have a furniture store and get rejected for ads all the time. For some reason kids furniture =child trafficking at Facebook.
Facebook had a big spasm about two weeks ago where it was rejecting random posts for no obvious reason. Not saying this is related to that, but it could be...
I feel your pain. I posted some photos of my father from when he was in the Navy during WWII on Veterans Day and they put one of them behind a warning screen: Violent or graphic content. This photo is covered so people can choose whether they want to see it." It is a photo of my father standing at the bow of his ship. Absolutely NOTHING graphic or violent even if you squint and turn your head sideways and I can find no way to contest the ruling. All I could do was add a comment to explain. Grrrrrrrrrrrr@!!!!!!!
FYI: Hello Fresh! is using recycled denim in some of their boxes for insulation. I’m not sure what to do with it to further reuse it at a “higher” use, so I’ve been using it as package stuffing for my USPS flat rate boxes I mail to my grands. Any other suggestions are welcome!
Seriously?? OMG, FB is off the rails! Even more than before.
Appeal. Yoiur ad is fine.