I am wondering if PVA versus Non-PVA Facebook accounts significantly reduce the chance of hitting login checkpoints, like requiring a mobile verification, photo verification, or DOB verification, at the start or in the future. I'll share that the purpose for my accounts use is very very moderate (averaging a handful of likes, comments and shares per day). Also, if an account has been verified initially with a mobile number but then I remove the mobile number from the account, does it still have the benefits on the account or does that mean it's basically lost. Or does Facebook deem that as a more trustworthy account because it has been verified once before. The reason I would want to remove the mobile number from the account is so that if/when I hit a mobile verification checkpoint I can have the option of putting in whatever mobile number I want to, rather than the mobile number listed which I won't have access to. I've tried out my first set of Non-PVA accounts today and all had no issues with login (whereas I sometimes get some or lots of issues with PVA provider's accounts) so that's promising. But I'm wondering if when I start using them they will just get smashed with a photo verification checkpoint or even a lock which renders them useless. DOB verification is very easy (given you have the details), and photo verification seems to always be a failure, at least in my experience, doing it either through Multiloginapp Browser or FaceDominator. I've heard it seems to be easier in Mass Planner.