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Are the FB FBML Pages Against T&C's?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by CashHungry, May 18, 2010.

  1. CashHungry

    CashHungry Newbie

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    I setup a couple of pages recently that force user to like before they see the content. I the give them instruction on how to get free vouchers by visiting my site and registering.

    Is this against T & C's?

    I can't see a reason why it would be but your input is appreciated dudes and dudettes.
     
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    7878 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Of course it's against the TOS.

    That doesn't mean you can't use it. :)
     
  3. newss

    newss Junior Member

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    Yes and Yes. I wouldn't worry about it too much. Make as much money as you can from the pages until they get banned.

    Also, create them with different user accounts and IP's. So that if one account is banned, you don't have all your pages go down at the same time.
     
  4. CashHungry

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    oops I made these using my personal account.

    Only one page so far but I didn't know it's against TOS I just found some info in the developers forum and followed along.

    You think they'll ban me?

    Like I found the info on their own developers forum. Hmmm.
     
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    If they were going to ban your account they would have done it when they deleted your pages.

    You used the word "force" in the OP, and FB doesn't allow you to "force" users to do anything. Perhaps you were just referring to the ole' visible to connection trick, and not a forced like.
     
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  6. newss

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    Chances are eventually you will get banned, it all depends. Sometime they just send you a warning saying that you page was deleted, other times they delete your entire account. If you care about your personal account, I would just create a new fanpage on an account different than your personal one.

    Also, I would HIGHLY suggest using proxies when accessing these accounts.
     
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  7. CashHungry

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    Whic proxies do you recommend for doing this and also being able to use software that adds friends?

    As I will go delete the page and move it to another profile.

    Thanks everyone so far.

    As for the "Force" i do mean visible to connection. Though I say

    Step 1: Share
    Step 2: Like

    Then the instructions will appear.. is that the visble to connection trick or different?

    Thanks