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How to make two Facebook usernames for single profile

facebook LogoToday Ive created my Facebook username, at first I intended to make rajeshrana, but it was showing unavailable later I found that facebook does not read “.” (dots).

like if you open then you’ll be lead to same page of my above profile

first I felt there is some bug cause I’ve got two user names for similar profile but later I found that facebook just can’t read dots in between the usernames.

So once you select an username for yourself you’ll automatically end up with two or more usernames apparently distinguish by dots.

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  • tibin lukose

    Not Like that,,, FACEBOOK CEO Has Two Usernames
    Celena Gomez

    Both are same,, do you know any idea about

  • ardeshir bagheri

    dear sir

    please email me ultrasurffying for mac apple osx10.5.or any kind of anti proxy.

    please ,please do something for us in iran.

    second email.
    ardeshir bagheri

  • ardeshir bagheri

    dear sir, i am in iran and purchased an apple mac pro note book.i want to open
    filter.but if i use name of ultra surfing or ultra search or any thing with these
    names, i will be filtered.please send by email .some file for mac to be able to
    use ultra surf latest version.
    we are in middle of a revolution,and all information is filtered.please help green
    movement as mahatma Gandhi did it.we all are pro GANDI.

  • Amit

    something like what gmail does:

    Gmail allows only one registration for any given username. Once you sign up for a username, nobody else can sign up for the same username, regardless of whether it contains extra periods or capital letters; those usernames belong to you. If you created, no one can ever register, or Because Gmail doesn’t recognize dots as characters within usernames, you can add or remove the dots from a Gmail address without changing the actual destination address; they’ll all go to your inbox, and only yours.

    As an additional measure to keep your account safe, though, we require that when you sign in to your account, you use the same configuration of periods as you originally used when choosing your username. So if you signed up for, nobody would be able to sign in as, with any password, ever.