I just lost my first 18 accounts. I'm using Follow Liker. I opened a new custom project with about 80 accounts in it. That is the total of all the accounts from all of my projects combined. I set it up to favorite the latest tweet from the latest person followed by an account, as per the user guide. Scrape User: FLC:"AccountName" User's Following I had it scrape 1 person and 1 tweet per cycle. Scrape Top Result Only. Scrape Tweet: FLC: Relevant , again, per the user guide. After I setup the first one, I copied the settings to the 79 other accounts. Then I manually changed the "AccountName" to match in each individual account wizard. I was so happy with all of the hard work I put in today and I was so excited about the game-changing boost I was certain this new level of interaction was going to bring to my low follow back rate. I did not set a delay. I left it at 1-1. With so many accounts in a project, it takes long enough to cycle through them without one, as verified in the activity logs. It didn't take long. I hit Start, looked away for a moment, turned back around to see error messages popping up in the log and 18 accounts were locked by the time I shut it off. This is a fairly significant setback for me, as I've been working diligently for 2 months now to get this built up, and I haven't seen my first internet dollar yet. I'm not here to complain. I'm here to learn and improve so that I can adapt and win. This may be my first big setback, but I'm sure it won't be my last. But I need to learn from it. Does anyone know what may have caused this, or have any similar experience? I really feel like FLC is the ticket to growth that I've been missing up until this point. Can someone offer some guidance in the matter? I'd really appreciate it. I know, no one wants to spoon-feed a noob, and I don't want that anyway. I've been studying here for months and I've been working hard everyday trying to implement what I'm learning, and I hardly ever say anything. Today I feel like I could use a little help. Thanks.