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AGED and REAL Facebook Advertising Accounts

Discussion in 'Social Media' started by 2cool4u99, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. 2cool4u99

    2cool4u99 Marketplace seller Marketplace seller

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  2. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Summary
    For the review, @2cool4u99 set me up with one of their Facebook advertising accounts. Everything was as advertised, although I've provided the steps I took to access the accounts below under "Additional Information".

    Service Highlights
    • The seller provides the proxy you need to access the Facebook account.
    • The main admin account had about 8 months worth of posting history on it, friends, and photos.
    What Could Use Improvement
    • Some detailed instructions about accessing the accounts and what to expect would've been nice.
    Additional Information
    • After you place your order, you'll be sent a dropbox link with an OVA file in it. In order to use this OVA file, you'll need a program like VirtualBox or VMware (be sure you have about 10+ GB of free space on your HDD/SSD). Once you have that software installed, you'll have to import the OVA file, which can take a few minutes. I used VirtualBox for this, so once the OVA file was been imported successfully, the virtual machine will start up (Windows XP was the one I had to use on the VM). Once the VM powers up, you'll been on the homescreen and a Google Chrome shortcut will be on the desktop. Open it and use the proxy username and password provided by the seller in the pop-up that appears. After that, go to Facebook and you'll be logged into a fodder account. After you go to Facebook's Ad manager, there's an admin FB Ads account attached to it, which you can switch to by clicking the name and Facebook ID in the drop-down list in the upper left-hand corner.
     
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  3. 2cool4u99

    2cool4u99 Marketplace seller Marketplace seller

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    Thank you, @Zwielicht for the detailed review ! Keep in mind I have been in the facebook ads game for a while, I currently use these accounts for my own ads and they work just fine for me. I have no problem replacing any account if they fail to work for someone else.
     
  4. Bryanbeta

    Bryanbeta Newbie

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    What I understand is that I pay $ 500 and I can spend more than that If you give me unusual activity or you do not pay for replacements there are no lower prices omg