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When Facebook asked me to upload a photo of myself, I uploaded Real Photo of myself. Then it showing "You can't use.......". Already too many times have been passed, but there is no response. My photo has not been reviewed and so my account has not been activated. I think my account stuck because of facebook bugs. This is my real facebook account and very important for my profession. Please sir, review and unlock my account urgently. "
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When Facebook asked me to upload a photo of myself, I uploaded Real Photo of myself. Then it showing "You can't use.......". Already too many times have been passed, but there is no response. My photo has not been reviewed and so my account has not been activated. I think my account stuck because of facebook bugs. This is my real facebook account and very important for my profession. Please sir, review and unlock my account urgently. "

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Now Route is announcing it has raised $12 million in total through a quiet $500,00 January pre-seed round from Peak Venture Capital and a new seed round with the rest from Album VC  and strategic partner in direct-to-consumer brands, Pattern. The cash will help Route keep up with demand and add new features to its app. Route co-founder and CEO Evan Walker tells me consumers “no longer accept the unsatisfyi