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About FB Ad Accounts

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by AceCanoe, Jan 20, 2017.

  1. AceCanoe

    AceCanoe Junior Member

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    A couple months ago, it was unbelievably hard to create a new Facebook ads account in my name. Because I already had one in my name about a year ago but it got disabled for no reason.

    I ultimately got lucky to create another one. I created a couple ads on it last summer and kind of dropped it because I wasn't seeing that great of an ROI. I currently owe about $140 on it, however I don't know if once I pay it, it might get disabled because it has been due since last summer.

    Do you think it'd be possible to create another new one with my same name? Obviously, I'd have to get a new card but I really don't feel like taking out $140 from my bank account and going to the store and loading up my other card to see if it'll work.

    I'd appreciate your guys advice!
     
  2. MafiaBlack

    MafiaBlack Regular Member

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    I have different name, male female, 3 banned fb ads accounts and 1 active fb ads account.. All in same ip with different card.. Act like a real account and will be good to create ads as long as it's not against TOS
     
  3. AceCanoe

    AceCanoe Junior Member

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    So should I use the same IP then or buy a proxy? I never had any honest success by using proxies though. I believe I'd have to get one that's in my same location or ZIP code for everything to work transparently. I don't think it'd be smart to use my same IP address as my other ad account, I'm not sure if it'd work. But I'll try a couple methods.
     
  4. MafiaBlack

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    Proxy doesn't work.. Use your local provider internet ip.. It better if you have dynamic ip..
     
  5. AceCanoe

    AceCanoe Junior Member

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    I think I have a static IP so I can't change it. I'll look into trying to get a other local provider internet for a side IP. Thanks
     
  6. javier1199

    javier1199 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    One idea it would be to create a business account related to your personal profile. You can have 2 business managers per personal profile and each business manager support 2 ads accounts.
     
  7. roccoyfredy

    roccoyfredy Registered Member

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    Pay and you will not have problems
     
  8. supereek

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    you could try with a solid socks5 and a new card.

    another question for the social media guru's here: Can a brand new account with less to no friends and activity open a FB ads account, if real person and card?
     
  9. Tanmoy Debnath

    Tanmoy Debnath Newbie

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    You need Facebook account ?
     
  10. javier1199

    javier1199 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It will be probably banned for unusual activity. Cookies play an important role over there.
     
  11. MileUnderMedia

    MileUnderMedia Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If the account itself is under your name, pic, DOB. then you can always just send in your ID to get the account restored if it was to be marked for Unusual Activity.