I'm trying to create a personal account on Facebook (I may add a business page later) but their system won't accept my name: "Tim Rocks"
The best I can speculate is that they may be filtering out "Rocks" as a common verb people would choose when making up a fake name. But I would prefer to use my real name to avoid confusion with customers and others.
Of course they have an impenetrable customer service wall.
Wondering if anyone here has any thoughts?
I also wanted to add verb in my display name, so I just put a common people name & registered with it.After some time I changed my marital status from single to married & changed the name.It really worked for me, but I did this thing a year back,now I have no idea whether you can play this trick or not.try it may it would work for you.
Just to be clear, "Rocks" is my real name-- I'm not trying to get away with anything.
But that is an interesting tip--- maybe after I get "married" I could later have a "divorce".. Would be nice if they just had a help desk for situations like this. But I guess that would cut into their billions of dollars of profit.