@chieflongshin, having a fake account is good. For now.
Until they require a certain amount of information be posted. And then later, require that info to be verified, like e-mail a pic of your ID to ID-CHECK @ FB DOT COM. (Totally made up email address, if it exists in reality, it’s purely a coincidence. But someday it will.)
Then they may start to require so much activity per day/week/month/whatever, or they’ll “suspend” usage of your O2. And on, and on.
And that’s while constantly living with the possibility that one of their censor bots might think a pic you posted had nudity, and permabanned you. Even if it did have nudity, that should be OK. Or one of their human censors didn’t like some political thing you said (perhaps even in a private message to a real-life friend) and permabans you. Don’t forget, a permaban equals your O2 becomes a paperweight.
You could sell it, but that would only shift the problem to someone who doesn’t know any better. An even better choice would be to record yourself physically destroying the thing, while explaining why (and I’ve already given you a starting point for a script lol), and showing off what you bought (I recommend the HP Reverb G2) to replace it, and post that video on YouTube, yes, but everywhere such a thing can be hosted, and then wait for the interview requests from the media. But make sure to charge for those, or if someone wants an exclusive, even better, but that’s gonna cost an arm and two legs.
FB is trying (and succeeding) to monopolize the VR market, and they’re using their position of authority insofar as what they can demand of you on their social media platform just to not lose access to you O2 just about whatever they want.
Sadly, many/most/virtually all people will do so just so they can buy what should be a $600 HMD for $400. And 99% of those people have ZERO idea just what they’re being forced to give up (or may be in the future) just to get that highly subsidized VR headset.
So please send me the link to your video when you’re done lol…