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Bought FB Accounts: Logging In

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by percentsharp, Jan 22, 2015.

  1. percentsharp

    percentsharp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hey all, quick question -- if I purchase FB PVAs, how should I go about logging into them safely? I imagine that if Facebook notices several accounts are logging in from the same IP/ same machine, they treats them suspiciously. I'd like to diversify the accounts under which I'm building my pages!

    What precautions should I take? Are there any recommended managerial tools I should look into?

    Thanks!
     
  2. SirRichard

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    lets make 1 thing clear, will u use them for advertizing purpose? if so, im the man to help you with that :p
     
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    For sure, when you log in the first time, FB will notice you are logged in from an unknown device or device and will ask some security questions and even send SMS to your phone, just be prepared to answer those and make sure you can verify the account if needed or you will be blocked.
     
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    I'm going to be building and managing pages (not running FB ads).

    If I'm buying PVA, do they usually come with the phone number with which they were verified? Should I dedicate a few private proxies for individual accounts?
     
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    tonybao Power Member Premium Member

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  6. percentsharp

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    What does a facebook coupon buy me?
     
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    Ok, follow-up question --

    What are normal practices for logging into different bought FB accounts? Is there a 'clean' way to do this and avoid rousing any suspicions?

    Thank you!
     
  8. yaleinnovator

    yaleinnovator Senior Member

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    make sure you are always logging in through your designated proxy to your account and you will be good.
     
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    Thank you, this is what I was looking for -- is there a good manager for using specific proxies with specific accounts? A tool maybe?
     
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    yaleinnovator Senior Member

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    No problem bud. Try using a multi-threaded software that can bind private proxies for your FB marketing. And if you can't afford it just always remember to switch to your designated IPs through your browser.