Facebook want my literal tax returns to prove my business exists to verify my page.
Even HMRC can't prove my business exists, I could completely make it up. But that would be illegal.
Not good enough for Facebook's insane burden of proof though.
Their automated phone call bollocks won't work. But tax documents? Seriously? I may as well give them my national insurance number, date of birth, full address and yearly income and expenditure. strawberry float that gooseberry fool.
Oh and it has to be an "official, scanned document". Except since tax has been for the most part digital for strawberry floating decades, that isn't a thing. You don't get any paper documents about self-employment other than to request a return. Because HMRC don't put that gooseberry fool in the mail, because it isn't safe.
But hey, the US still sign for cards with a magnetic strip and queue up in offices to file taxes. What a backwards ass self-appointed authority Facebook is. Even the strawberry floating president of the united states won't hand over their tax returns.
Do they draw the line anywhere? How are those documents going to be protected? Data retention leglisation would compel them to store them for 6 years I believe. That's as long as I'm required to keep them by law, and the government.
Who the strawberry float do Facebook think they are now?
Seriously thinking about deleting my account pretty soon and spoofing everything else just to remain competitive in digital marketing stuff.
So i went 2 work watched football +1 that will do can watch Gotham at 10 ohhh no but kirst u cant watch Gotham its ET now in the footy and it might go 2 penaltys ffs matt u could just look outside 2 find out who won as i think the cheering may give it away England get a grip and score more goals in 90mins or please play on a diffrent night thanks lol although im with most of the country and am glad thay r though
Where are people finding this gooseberry fool on the facebook? Are these comments from your friends or are you just picking up random snippets of other peoples conversations?
I never use Facebook as my wife "shares" my Facebook account - she basically took over it once we started having kids and used it to join groups to chat to other mums and what not. Now my feed is just full of stuff about where to buy the best kids clothes, what to do about colic, and how to "fix a bad BF latch".
I think that last one is something to do with Battlefield.