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[ASK] How to prevent phone verification (roadblock) while sign up?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by curiously_boy, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. curiously_boy

    curiously_boy Newbie

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    Hello

    i want to make a lot of facebook account, but sometimes facebook ask me for phone verification, how to prevent it? or if you have software to help me to make a lot of facebook please show me.

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  2. puremagic

    puremagic Junior Member Premium Member

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    Use ip address of same country which you are signing from and try to enter as much as information you can
     
  3. fbfbfb

    fbfbfb Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Change the IP often to come over it..

    dont log in all the non pva accts with same IP..
     
  4. RuiGomes

    RuiGomes BANNED BANNED

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    First, use no more than a few account per IP address. This means that in order to create several accounts, you will need some good private proxies.

    Second, you should assign an IP address (in this case, a proxy) to an account and stick to it. IP changes are often a cause for roadblocks.

    Third, don't add 1k friends in one day, it will just ban your or roadblock your account. Try to add a few friends per day. Eventually you will have 1k friends and a non-roadblocked account, just be patient.
     
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    try using proxies. try private proxies if your looking for longevity. but it will cost you.
     
  6. oz007

    oz007 Registered Member

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    if i use private browsing its suppose to be ok?
     
  7. mountainman

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    The title does not match your description.

    A roadblock is when you get your account blocked by one of their picture verification methods or phone verification when logging back in from a different ip they dont recognize.

    At sign up when facebook asks you to use your phone to verify your account is because they notice a lot of account creations from 1 ip or Abnormalities , that is not a roadblock just a phone verification at sign up.
     
  9. mountainman

    mountainman Junior Member Premium Member

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    Sorry you are right

    "<title>Please complete a security check | Facebook</title>"

    That's what I get.

    So you are saying it's ip?
     
  10. lazybabi.69

    lazybabi.69 Newbie

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    how do i bypass the mobile roadblock for facebook
     
  11. Kethy

    Kethy Elite Member

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    Lots of different good private proxies for creating FB accounts is a very important factors.
     
  12. freelancerr

    freelancerr Newbie

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    You don't have to do any of this. FB is wanting to check that you are human, not a spambot - so just use anyone's phone - the number doesn't have to correspond with the one on your FB account (this is why they still ask you even if you haven't added a number to your FB account). Spambots can't work a phone because they're made of cyber twigs, and FB knows this. To stop whomever's phone you use from then receiving mobile updates, text 'stop' once you have received the reactivation code.