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Facebook Ad Problem

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by freddydotcom, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. freddydotcom

    freddydotcom Newbie

    Mar 19, 2014
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    Hi everyone,

    I am trying to run ads on facebook and already went through the following different procedures:

    1. Taking an old fb account, put in a entropay virtual credit card (forum users told me that they should work for facebook ads) and created a totally white ad. (with one proxy but as the account is old, somebody else logged in from a different ip already)
    --> Account got blocked
    2. Creating a new fb account, also put in a entropay virtual credit card and created a totally white ad with a zip code which is also located in the city where the proxy's ip is located.
    --> Account got blocked

    I know that forum members sell these accounts for exactly avoiding these difficulties but these account might also get blocked by entering a new credit card. I also know that everybody says that this can happen and this is totally my risk but if I am even not able to create a totally white ad with a virtual credit card (which should according to forum users work out), the account which I would buy also probably would get blocked.

    Is this only a problem of a virtual credit card?
    Or is it a problem that an facebook account is brand new?

    Do you have any other advice for me?

    I am really appriciating every even so small advice. I am really trying to get more information through trial and error or by reading entries in BHW but I just do not know how to proceed.

    Thank you already really much in advance.


  2. innosoft

    innosoft Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Nov 25, 2008
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    if you bought an account from fbfbfb he would guide u.. hez a pro in this!!!
  3. OIIIO

    OIIIO Newbie

    Jan 24, 2014
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    Hey Freddie

    I'm in a similar boat

    This may explain part of your problem.
    I recently came across the following info

    1. The first banned you witnessed happened, probably due to the ads you were advertising. (Account1)
    2. Next, each account you were trying to create, got an immediate ban due to usage of:
    - same domain which has been used in Account1
    - and/or, same hosting IP
    - and/or, same ad copy & image
    - and/or same lander under different domain
    - and/or CC name was the same as the one in account1
    - and/or geo location of your account doesnt match your CC location (this obstacle doesnt exit in Agency accounts though)
    - and/or you created a new account from the same wi-fi IP u used for Account1
    - and/or you used the same FB name to open a new account
    3. Logging in from proxies will make your accounts suspicious followed by a ban probably
    To bypass accounts creation, make sure all data is unique, and dont use VCC as FB blacklisted 99% of them, the %1 that is allowed, is obviously kept in secret and is not advertised here.

    I have heard that a new virgin account with not much account activity should be perfectly fine to post ads, but that was coming from someone with agency status.. So they may have a different algorithmic assessment.

    I need to change my IP, but not sure the best way to do this, perhaps you can help me. Should I just call my ISP and have them change it, should I get a socks5 proxy (above list doesn't recommend tho), or perhaps a VPN, or what about TOR though? My guess is Tor wouldnt work.
    How specifically did you get a fresh IP?

    Also, what about Prepaid cards?
    Would they work?

    Let me know your thoughts--
    • Thanks Thanks x 1
  4. freddydotcom

    freddydotcom Newbie

    Mar 19, 2014
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    Thank you very much, OIIIO.
    add me on skype: freddy_dotcom
  5. JDesteny

    JDesteny Registered Member

    Jun 7, 2013
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    Entropay is banned, ALL accounts you make with entropay is guranteed ban.