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Heard in the SchneiderB University Facebook Group
Advice needed – How do I best get rid of an unofficial Facebook page created for our Lower School campus by Facebook? The page has our crest and is pulling in images from businesses that posted at an event where they rented our school and from parents who have checked in or used the words Detroit Country Day Lower School and then posted to their own Facebook page? I do not want to claim and merge this page with our verified page because the images are not necessarily businesses we want to appear to endorse and some of the parent’s “check-in” posts have identified their kids. Identifying kids on the school pages is against our social media policy unless the parents have approved a release of a media story, so again I don’t want these images merged with our main verified page. I contacted Facebook several weeks ago, but have only received a response of “thanks for the feedback, we will look into and consider the issue to improve the Facebook experience.”