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Facebook Farming Accounts - Anyone Else Getting Ads Flagged as of 6.15.17?

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by ClickBaitCopyKing, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. ClickBaitCopyKing

    ClickBaitCopyKing Newbie

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    Hi,


    I'm an experience account renter and within the last 3 months learned how to farm accounts.. I've been doing it on a mass scale and gotten quite good at it. The accounts spend anywhere from 5-15k.. (i don't sell them, only for personal use)

    BUT I HAVE A BIG, BIG PROBLEM

    A few days ago I had 20 accounts running. All of the sudden ALL ads got flagged by FB. The accounts weren't flagged, but the ads were.

    what's odd is the ads were originally active and were spending.. The BH ads spent around $50-$100 each and then were flagged.

    I was using similar videos so I thought that was it. I launched 6 new accounts with completely original video ads and once again, all of the ads were flagged.

    I'm thinking there's 2 reasons this could be happening:

    1. Facebook is detecting some sort of pattern in my ads and/or accounts and flagging them based on the pattern.

    2. Facebook is being harder on farmed accounts.



    Is anyone else experiencing this problem or similar problems?

    I've heard that people are having a hard time getting ads live with farmed accounts now. That is not my problem.. Just getting the ads flagged before even spending $100

    And yes, I have a cloaker, NoipFraud.. I don't think this has anything to do with the ads getting flagged.


    It could also be that the pixel is firing on the offer page.
     
  2. gogcwy

    gogcwy Registered Member

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    You use virtual machine or vps
    I think must be relate
     
  3. ClickBaitCopyKing

    ClickBaitCopyKing Newbie

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    No, I'm using real computers and residential IPs

    I think they must have caught onto something in my operating systems or method, as everything is very similar


    I've been asking around, and seems like I'm the only one who has experienced a 'mass flagging" of ads
     
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    Your video is the problem. Upload a brand new video that is whitehat and point that to a shopify store.
     
  5. ClickBaitCopyKing

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    That could definitely be the case.

    What threw me off though, is I had ALL my ads get flagged.. I had 3-4 that were not videos that got flagged as well, and they were in a different vertical.

    However the other 3-4 were kind of new campaigns so it could be that they were flagged for other reasons.


    it sounds to me that this mass - flagging situation was an isolated experience caused by something I did wrong. This makes me happy, because I'll just do a new angle and continue.

    I've launched 8 ad accounts since. 3 were flagged after spending $10 and the other 5 are still spending, have spent around $50.

    All 8 are different angles, I'm just testing to see what has the best ROI and what is not as easily flagged by FB. Some angles/copy/pics have been used and abused and they get flagged right away.. So I'm not that surprised about the 3/8


    When I was doing my original videos.. I literally had a 100% blackhat live ration and spent a minimum of $5k per account. Good things never last in this game though.
     
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    gogcwy Registered Member

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    1 acc/1 pc or tons acc/1 pc is different
     
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    Your Card BIN could of got hit
     
  8. ClickBaitCopyKing

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    Good point, I'd considered that.

    However I've had bins take a hit before and usually they just wont upload.

    Or the accounts will get flagged instead of "not approved"


    I have a few different bins too, 3.. so that's why it seems unlikely.


    Here's an update too: I've launched another 10 accounts.. 8 are approved and still running.. A few are almost at $100/day.. So this is a very good sign.

    It must have been something in my copy or videos. I think I was subconsciously writing very similar copy or phrases every time even though I intended it to be different.

    Now I know to diversify..
     
  9. ClickBaitCopyKing

    ClickBaitCopyKing Newbie

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    I was afraid that everyone had taken a hit, that Facebook had upped their security and everyone had taken a hit.

    Luckily after this post and talking with a few other people i realize that is very unlikely.
     
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    2 REASONS Might be presented on your situation.

    One is that it's might leaking your real ip and the second one is that FB has recognized the patterns of your ads. Maybe try to change the form of your ads.
     
  11. ClickBaitCopyKing

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    You are absolutely right.

    I dont know what it was, but I changed up everything I am doing. New verticals, new cloaker, new cloaking method, tracking link.

    Finally I am back in business.. And with the new methods, I'm spending more than before on the accounts.
     
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    Heya. I have sent you message. Please take a look. :)
     
  13. ClickBaitCopyKing

    ClickBaitCopyKing Newbie

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    It wont let me reply to your message for some reason
     
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    What is your Skype or something where I could discuss with you?
     
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    Hey guys, you all are making it seem that fb farming is still possible, which is great! I myself am having a hard time trying to start. Do you guys still use residential ip's? Have you guys tried ipv4 ips?
     
  16. Vandyke

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    Man, you got it right on your first guessing, the hash of the media used in your ad and website (even thumbnail picture) are triggering the flag, end of the story

    Your pixel guess may also be worth of a deeper investigation