How do I report a Facebook message?
If you think a message you've received is spam or goes against our Community Standards, you can let us know.
To send feedback on or report a conversation on Facebook:
- From , click Messenger in the left menu.
- Open the conversation that you want to report.
- Under Privacy and Support in the right side, click Something's Wrong.
- Select a category to help us understand what's wrong, then click Next.
- Click Send Feedback.
We won't let the person know who reported them. Keep in mind that not everything that may be upsetting violates our Community Standards.
Community Standards violations include:
- Bullying or harassment: Content that appears to purposefully target a person with the intention of degrading or shaming them, or repeatedly contacting a person despite that person’s clear desire and action to prevent contact.
- Direct threats: Serious threats of harm to public and personal safety, credible threats of physical harm, specific threats of theft, vandalism, or other financial harm.
- Sexual violence and exploitation: Content that threatens or promotes sexual violence or exploitation, including solicitation of sexual material, any sexual content involving minors, threats to share intimate images, and offers of sexual services.
Note: To report someone who is threatening to share intimate things you want to keep private (example: images, videos), please use this form.
Learn more about Facebook safety tools and resources. If you ever feel like you or someone you know is in immediate danger, contact your local law enforcement.
If someone is bothering you in Messenger, you can always block messages from them.