Can you be banned on facebook for sending...

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by mediaman, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. mediaman

    mediaman Junior Member

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    Invites from 25+ accounts of all friends from the same IP to a LIKE page?

    Let me know what you guys think. I have heard different things on whether or not facebook checks on IP's for this type of marketing.

    Let me know. thank you!

    -mediaman
     
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    stradivari Junior Member

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    Over a reasonable amount of time (2 days?) chances are that it might be working. But, seriously why risking when you can add 8 different public proxies to your browser and do the same things in groups of 3 from the same IP? Sounds way better to me ;)
     
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    nah don't take unnecessary risks, just use proxies stick to 1-5 accounts per proxy:)
     
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    facebook deleted my account yesterday because sending to many invites :)
     
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    dfrancon Regular Member

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    Wow that's bad news. Were you sending invites to just one page or to a bunch of pages? How many invites were sent from that account in total?
     
  6. Money Man

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    You are not kidding. I have never had an account banned for sending out invites.

    OP: The account activity is going to matter a lot more than any IP would, exclusive or not. However, since we are on that note, I highly suggest staying away from public proxies.
     
  7. mediaman

    mediaman Junior Member

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    Are we talking about the account? Or the page?

    I am talking about a page being banned if invites are sent out too quickly from too few proxies/IP's


    Sorry to hear that about your page :-/
     
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    champbronc2 Junior Member

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    I noticed I cannot find public proxies to work with Facebook due to the https protocol of facebooks login page.
     
  9. Money Man

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    Your fan page can be banned due to your account's abnormal BlackHat activity. You should always perform some organic activity across all of your accounts.


    I suggest you steer clear of public proxies. You can still find public proxies that support SSL (HTTPS), but once again, you are taking a big risk while using public proxies.