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shamax2013
06-21-2013, 08:39 AM
I have a question. Im setting up my facebook account and one of the first 2 questions it asks is is this a real brand.... yes or no.. then the other asks if my page is the authorized official representation of this business or brand.. yes or no.. do I check yes in both boxes? I dont want to do anything that will get me in trouble. It says its a legally binding statement regarding the authenticity of my page..... please help!!!!


SusanSellsOrigamiOwl
06-22-2013, 08:33 AM
I have a question. Im setting up my facebook account and one of the first 2 questions it asks is is this a real brand.... yes or no.. then the other asks if my page is the authorized official representation of this business or brand.. yes or no.. do I check yes in both boxes? I dont want to do anything that will get me in trouble. It says its a legally binding statement regarding the authenticity of my page..... please help!!!!

Yes real brand. No to the other.

shamax2013
06-22-2013, 10:23 AM
Oops I checked yes for both. . Wonder if there is a way to change it...


Sosi
06-22-2013, 07:34 PM
Susan, if the page doesn't go to public until she is a designer shouldn't she say yes to the second question? Because I'm assuming as soon as she is a designer her page is official?

shamax2013
06-22-2013, 07:51 PM
Thats I what I was thinking.. it was basically saying that I am the only one responsible for my page . I will be a representation if origami owl once I fly..

TiniOwl
06-22-2013, 08:52 PM
Susan, if the page doesn't go to public until she is a designer shouldn't she say yes to the second question? Because I'm assuming as soon as she is a designer her page is official?

No, saying yes to the second question means you are claiming this is the main company run corporate page. (This one https://www.facebook.com/OrigamiOwl?ref=ts&fref=ts)

shamax2013
06-23-2013, 07:31 AM
Do you know how to change it ? Im sure im not the only one who ever accidentalky hitvthat button.

shamax2013
06-23-2013, 08:07 AM
I read all the terms. Im okay. It IS saying that I am representing MY facebook page. Its saying that I am the only one to be admistrator on my page. Without checking that box, anyone caan go in and claim your page. Now, if I made a page that says Origami Owl Living Lockets. ... and thats it, then that would not be good.... :-)

shamax2013
06-23-2013, 08:10 AM
I read all the terms. Im okay. It IS saying that I am representing MY facebook page. Its saying that I am the only one to be admistrator on my page. Without checking that box, anyone caan go in and claim your page. Now, if I made a page that says Origami Owl Living Lockets. ... and thats it, then that would not be good.... :-) why does it have tonbe so confusing.... lol

TiniOwl
06-23-2013, 11:05 AM
Oh okay. It's been a while since I made mine. There was somewhere in the process where it was asking if this was the official representation of the brand and the answer to that was no.

SusanSellsOrigamiOwl
06-23-2013, 10:07 PM
The answer is still no. You are not an official representative of the company with their remission to create a page for them.

You can change it under edit settings I believe.

SusanSellsOrigamiOwl
06-23-2013, 10:11 PM
Permission not remission grrrr!



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