How angry with Facebook are you for changing your email address without asking?
SilverHawk 1 year ago
My poor keyboard is taking a pounding right now, because I am "typing angry". I run a small company that is very specialized, and a high percentage of my customers are people I actually interact with on Facebook, and they often place orders or make inquiries just by using my email. Well, I just realized that over the weekend, Facebook switched my email address that was displayed on my Facebook page to a "@facebook.com" address. I never use that for email, and so I didn't get many of my messages over the weekend and yesterday. Because I have to have very quick turnaround, that means I have to somehow cram in an extra days work this week to catch up. Thanks a lot Facebook. Anyone else upset with Facebook over this? I realize my situation is not average, but still, it seems like a jerk move by Facebook to me. Big time. Grrrrr!
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