Discussion in 'Instagram' started by iamthefox, Jan 5, 2017.
Recently, I got phone verification and get banned after verify it.
Anyone got this problem?
Yes, same here, seems like thats how they do it now.
Same thing here on aged accounts is it worth trying to get them back?
Did your account phone verified before with the other phone number?
online verification services hardly work anymore, best thing now is too only verify with reals sims and even then there is a chance of being banned straight after.
No it was 2year aged account but no phone verification
Yeah this was with real uk sims. Anyway to avoid getting phone verification or is it just pot luck when buying accounts?
I think the biggest factor is in how the account comes across and whether someone else has reported that account, i believe the fact that an account is bought (ie uses known spammy emails) is just a factor and not the reason.
Personally i just let the account die and i dont even try to verify them anymore.
Just wait some time before you verify, minimum 24h. Sometimes this can help.
Just because you had phone verified it doesnt mean it wont be limited, same goes for facebook.
Real fresh unused sim card here
They want to be sure you own the account
Did you solve this problem？
It usually can be two factors. Proxies/IP or Bad number. If you get verify and goes straight to login - its dead/ban. You cant reset the password either.
been getting this issue as well, using real sim card, 3 weeks old account, made using real phone..
Had this happen to a bunch of my accounts recently. Reporting them hacked got them back.
But you have to change the proxy, number. right?
This can happen if your account is already flagged. Only use real SIM cards and try to verify the SMS code through your home IP/3G, this might save you from getting disabled.
Thanks, how many accounts can i verify with the same home IP ?
1-3 max. Every time you unplug your cable/broadband modem you should get a new IP. Can also use your phone and turn on/off airplane mode to get new IP (using Data, not WIFI)
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