I've got a weird question. I'm almost certain that this is not possible due to privacy and protection of personal data, but my (vastly more experienced) colleague is almost certain that it can be done.
A little background: we've been in charge of making the website and social accounts for a company that's recently fused. The one company is called
AAA, and the second is called
BBB. They decided that their new name was gonna be
Both companies had a seperate Facebook page. I successfully merged
AAA's Facebook page with
AAABBB, but Facebook doesn't allow the merge of
My colleague is almost certain that there's a way to get the email addresses from all current fans of
BBB's Facebook page, so that we could contact them via MailChimp and ask them to like the
AAABBB Facebook page. I'm sceptical, because this would be a breach in privacy and the like.
Without having to use a Facebook campaign that asks the fans to sign up for a 'newsletter', is it possible to get the email addresses for all current fans of the Facebook page?