Hi all - Is there anybody battle-hardened who knows Twitter's tripwires? These questions relate to Twitter accounts owned by others but then accessed, managed and automated by myself... Scenario: - FollowLiker running on VPS with dedicated, virgin proxies. Every Twitter account using a static unique proxy and unique subnet. - Conservative settings applied in FollowLiker. - Up to 1000 Twitter accounts accumulated over time in the same instance of FollowLiker. - Tweets sent out to all Twitter accounts by me via a Business Buffer account (no proxy or VPS, same IP every time, Twitter accounts accessed and authorized by me) and tweet recycling system (Meet Edgar - no proxy or VPS, same IP every time, Twitter accounts accessed and authorized by me). - Other parties possibly accessing the client Twitter accounts as normal (agencies or freelancers). - Clients also accessing their Twitter accounts as normal. Questions: - Is there anything to watch out for including phone verification texts, 'accessing Twitter from a different location' messages or any other possible hiccups? Account suspension or bans are not an option. - What would happen if a verified (blue tick) Twitter account manually removed their phone verification then re-added (to allow FollowLiker automation without receiving constant texts)? Would they lose their blue tick? Looking forward to hearing from the pros.