Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by darkstar69, May 21, 2010.
pva or non pva?
one of my client said that if he use non pva his account easily disabled
and if you are using fresh account try to do some status update, join grops/pages, add friends for at least a week before you apply for fb ads...just to make the account as real as possible.
Head over to wickedfire, there's a lot of crying about the same thing, you will find the thread.
Use old accounts atleast 90 days old accounts
if u can get 2-3 year old accounts it will be better
if the coupon is dedicated to specific countries and you are using proxies from outside this countries that look suspecious to them just a guess tho
it depends on what you advertise when you used their free voucher coupons, read up on the terms and conditions of the free coupon, they are even more stricter than normal fb ads. Your ad (niche) could be causing your accounts to be disabled ie...CPA, affiliate types of offer. Try driving the free coupon traffic to a page/group and carry on from there.
Yes, apparently that's why my personal 3 years old account got deleted...>.>
I dont use vouchers but all my accounts also get disabled. I'm think its because of proxy.
btw... four times i've used real credit cards of my friends, with real address and names, all accounts have been disabled as well.
This is intriguing...FB Ads seem to become harder and harder everyday. NOTHING like Google AdWords. I hope you all have success!
i thought you used the account only personal.
did you use a vcc or your real cc?
and did you contact FB regarding the ban?
sorry for all the questions, but i just want to figure out how to get around it.
^did YOU use vcc?
you mentioned everything, including flash cookies (which arent used by FB at all), but nothing about credit card..
99% of "Suspicious Payments Activity" is due to problems with credit card, NOT coupon or regular FB account
Guy already told you:
and thats where you fail, specially if you use VCC and specially with recent update (and they update FB Ads daily) which targets VCC users.
ps. FB has separate departments for ad & billing review = its not strange at all to get your ad approved first and then get disabled (often: within 24 hours from account creation)
Those are real humans who saw much worse tricks than yours (fake account+ads coupon), so - even if you dont use VCC and theres something else suspicious - expect to send scan of credit card/permanent account disabling.
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