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Facebook blocking all my accounts

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by mindcrash, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. mindcrash

    mindcrash Registered Member

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    Hey guys, I really need some help here since it is really getting on my nerves with those Facebook verifications.

    Basically, Im creating a lot of different Facebook accounts with different proxies with Incognito as the browser and on top of that I even do phone verifications for my accounts. But its no use at all, since Facebook keeps blocking me with that ID verifcation both directly after I have created the account or after few hours or a day.

    Even worse, when I fill the information of the new account I want to create like first name and surname and then click on "create an account" Facebook disables/blocks my account directly with the ID verifcation.

    Please guide me guys, what to do ? I really need to create those accounts since most of my work is depending on it :(
     
  2. drdarius

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    Your IP is blacklisted.
     
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  3. mindcrash

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    I have used different IP from different countries, doesn't help. Facebook keeps blocking with their ID
     
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    drdarius BANNED BANNED

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    Most of the time,Facebook oversmart you and will discover your authentication IP,so changing proxies/VPNs wont help.
     
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    I guess you are using vpn. You need to use private proxies.
     
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  6. Debian

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    The problem more likely is that your method or your hardware has already been tagged.
     
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  7. meshvide

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    how many account you have per IP?
     
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    The ratio for anyone should always be 1:1
     
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  9. meshvide

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    but, i have on my home IP more then 8 accounts and they are working well, but accs with proxies are disabled realy fast, 1-2 account per proxie
     
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  10. supereek

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    Browser fingerprints bro... you gotta spoof that. Install firefox random user agent spoofer or something. Also if you use proxy make sure its a socks5 for maximum security. Also always spoof system timezone to proxy timezone. ;)
     
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  11. Debian

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    I wouldn't bank on those 8 accounts staying alive forever. Sooner or later fb will come for those. As to your proxy statement, I naturally assume your referring to private proxies (data center) ip built accounts that get banned quickly. This always happens on data center ip's. Its nothing new and its why most serious farmers have already migrated over to residential ip's.
     
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    Masked my IP address, used a different browser and didn't post/join group/lik pages/add people very much.
    Well, I'm now in my 7th day with my account. Hope it helps you
     
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    Are you using residential IPs? That's key with Facebook.

    Now, if they ask for verification, maybe you could get away with buying fake IDs.
     
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    1) Do NOT use Incognito. The normal logic is when you are using incognito, you are trying to hide something. And people really do. I mean, either they watch porn on office internet, or download from torrents or even research dating sites among other things.

    2) Don't clear your cache and browser cookies every time. That's a dead giveaway. Why? Because if I'm a normal user, I would hate to lose all data and sign in every time.

    3) Avoid using Google Chrome. Google chrome just sucks! They'll hamper your normal accounts even. And guess what, you cannot do any blackhat stuff when you use Google chrome. They track your browser, location, IP and everything even if you are using a proxy.

    4) When you are opening your account, make sure you add friends, like a few pages, act normal. Don't start adding people or posting in groups and all that stuff from day 1. Warm up your accounts, make Mark and his team feel comfortable, that you are not a spy or a blackhatter. Maybe even try out those stupid quizzes like 'Who loves your dog' or 'What color is your aura'?

    That's all

    P.S.: I've found that you can actually use multiple accounts on the same Google chrome browser, after they are aged. So, all that excuses that Facebook is taking browser footprints and banning people is incorrect. You don't know what you are doing, and that's why your account is getting banned. Don't spread wrong information
     
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  15. mindcrash

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    Thank you very much for your reply/help each one of you guys, much appreciated.

    I changed timezone, browser (to firefox and installed firefox random user agent)... Things got better by Facebook aren't disabling my account with the ID thingy directly after I have created my accounts. But Facebook is still asking me directly after I create my accounts to put my phone number (I use different number for each account) and it then disable my account after one hour (Dunno if this is good since I survived one hour there better than before at least haha).

    Yesterday I created an account and Facebook asked me directly to put my phone number, no problem I did that then I left my account and did not log in to it ( in other words I did not do anything suspicious. So I logged in today with that account to find it being disabled my Facebook with the ID thingy.

    Guys sorry for asking so many questions, but I truly need you to guide me Im newbie and need your help.

    Btw, I created those accounts both from PureVPN (the vpn I use) and from my real account but nothing worked. What to do?
     
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    the problem is your using a vpn, you need private proxies.
     
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  17. mindcrash

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    Thank you very much for replying. Do you by any chance know any good places that sells private proxies ? (Sure there is a lot of places but what I mean by good places is that is going to help me in my mission to create accounts, since Im bad with money don't just wanna waste them like that and then they don't hide my IP very well against Facebook :( )
     
  18. meshvide

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    guys please i need your help, last 2 weeks i can't post links on facebook. every time i post the link in groups after 2-3 minutes they are deleted by facebook , i have private proxies , i tried new domains and everythig new, but links are disabled very fast. i don't understend whats happens.
     
  19. Debian

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    The worst possible answer is "private proxies". Your already being slapped with id and picture checks from using PureVPN, which is a data center ip vpn provider. It not hard for facebook to see your ip addresses and its even easier to see your using commercial ip addresses. If you want to stay in the game, you need to go residential, pure and simple.
     
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    Even residential IPs will not work 100%. Tried that approach. Facebook will ask for picture ID and when you submit they will collect database of these images and then uses specific formula to compute the risk when a new account signup happens. This method is still not 100% that is why you see innocent users getting roadblocks as well. At the moment, creating through mobile facebook app with residential IPs still work for awhile. Not sure when this is going to be closed. If you are ever ask to submit picture IDs, do not ever submit. Prevent facebook from building an image database. The more data facebook collects, the more ability it has to ban stealth account.