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Does PVA Phone Verification significantly reduce chance of login checkpoints?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by mr07, Nov 14, 2017.

  1. mr07

    mr07 Junior Member

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    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.
     
  2. Hay700

    Hay700 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    buy non pva and pva it if needed. Age is more important
     
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  3. mr07

    mr07 Junior Member

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    Thanks. Yeah, interestingly these Non-PVA accounts are aged from June 2015 (2.5 years) compared to the near fresh (few months old) PVA ones I'd been using. Though I've also used very aged accounts (7+ years) from a popular seller on here and they were oddly more hit and miss than some of the other accounts!

    If I PVA the Non-PVA accounts and then remove the number from the account will the account actually be considered by Facebook to be any stronger or more reputable? (I would delete the number from the account because I won't have access to it in the future - I'll be using virtual numbers like SMSPVA, not real SIMs)