Anyway, I didn't mention it in my last post, but before posting my notice, I did report the page as some of my readers suggested (selecting the "impersonating" standard option). Thanks for the support and help by the way.
Wow! Does this happen so much at FB that they have a standard option for impersonation? I mean, it is the second choice one can make while reporting a page!
I still don't know who it was, but I'd like to know. It wasn't so much that he or she wrote anything bad in my name or was doing mischief with my name, but rather, he or she never disclosed that it wasn't me. Nor did he or she try to ask me permission to take create such a page. Moreover, what concerns me is that I don't think people realize that this is criminal (just like illegally downloading music!).
Here's a definition:
Criminal impersonation is a crime that is governed by states laws, which vary by state. It may involve, among other acts:
(1) assuming a false identity with the intent to defraud another; (2) pretending to be a representative of another person or organization; or (3) opening a bank account or securing credit in the name of another person without the other person's consent.
The following is an example of a state statute dealing with criminal impersonation:
(1) A person commits criminal impersonation if he knowingly assumes a false or fictitious identity or capacity, and in such identity or capacity he: (d) Does an act which if done by the person falsely impersonated, might subject such person to an action or special proceeding, civil or criminal, or to liability, charge, forfeiture, or penalty; or (e) Does any other act with intent to unlawfully gain a benefit for himself or another or to injure or defraud another.
Thanks for reading. Stay safe.