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Re: Verifying my FB page
From: chak li <zx2486 () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2012 21:54:42 +0800

Thanks all for theĀ advice.
I think it is good to contact FB and Google+ what they need to verify our page.

( P.S. Using Gmail, I must change the mail into plain text before
subscribing. Although it is a bit inconvenient, I still love to use

On 6 February 2012 19:02, chak li <zx2486 () gmail com> wrote:

Hi all,

My company wants to create some FB pages and Google+ pages to
advertise our products.
My boss asks me if there is any way to verify that the pages are
really created by us.
Do you know any way to do it? We did not have any company website yet
and the contact email is just a Gmail account.
I have thought of applying digital certificate, but CA only release
certificate on domain basis, right?
I know this may be quite stupid to ask but I really cannot think of an answer.
Thanks in advance.


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