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Facebook Warning: Our Systems Detected You Have Multiple Accounts

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Candicelv, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. Candicelv

    Candicelv Registered Member

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    I found a terrible thing on July.9th, 2012. I received warning from Facebook as below:
    " It looks like you have more than one account on Facebook. Facebook is a community where people use their real identities so you always know who you're connecting with. Maintaining multiple accounts is a violation of our Terms and could result in all of your accounts being disabled. Please remove this account and help us keep Facebook safe and enjoyable for everyone. "
    Hi, every BHW friend!
    If Facebook really forbid all of our Facebook accounts, only leaving one account for us. What situation will we face? Ohum... I think it is very fierce and bad for us.
    But if the thing really happens, how we cope with? Or how can we prevent the tragedies?
    Thank you!
     
  2. theAngle

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    Use proxy. This is dead simple, if you are logging in with these accounts with one IP, that's why you got this warning, or if you are using the same email address for the same accounts, too.

    Just use proxy to avoid FB identifies you. You can use Tor that also helps.
     
  3. Candicelv

    Candicelv Registered Member

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    Thank you!
     
  4. verilix

    verilix Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Tell them you have several family members who all use Facebook.
     
  5. axus_auto

    axus_auto Power Member

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    That shouldn't surprise anybody. In fact, they should send out emails to people whom they think have only one Facebook account.
     
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  6. dejanlesi

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    This.. Or tell them your girlfriend/friend was at your place checking his/her account.. This would mean that all accounts used in public libraries would risk getting banned and i doubt that FB would go down that route :)

     
  7. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    http://facecrooks.com/Internet-Safety-Privacy/warning-our-systems-detected-you-have-multiple-accounts-nothing-to-worry-about-yet.html
     
  8. Bloodhat

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    Facebook never fails to crack me up. The one time I actually tried to get a real account for myself there, it got stuck in a loop demanding a phone number, while all the garbage ones I've done for various BH reasons are still live and kicking, all from the same IP/PC/Browser lol.
     
  9. cyber joe

    cyber joe Newbie

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    This will very bad for most of us, maybe I will changing my IP Address to avoid been mark by FB.
     
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    instatumblr BANNED BANNED

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    what the heck !!! in my family all 5 members have fb profile and they use single pc sometime, so i'll also get the warning?

    FACEBOOK IS GOING BACK TO 2003....
     
  11. himanuzo

    himanuzo Supreme Member

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    Be dilligent to clear cookies of your web browser after you log out from the FB. And use different IP addresses in internet connections.
     
  12. Philipuk1983

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    hasn't it always been this way lol
     
  13. ugjunk

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    Use a different dedicated IP and make sure to clear your cache and cookie, another thing you can do is use private mode along with a new IP
     
  14. Vantage9

    Vantage9 Newbie

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    If your using multiple accounts its highly suggested that you use proxies, if not most of those accounts will be disabled in a very short amount of time. Even with proxies your gonna lose some accounts here and there.
     
  15. knowbody

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    But there are so many other people doing the exact same thing with proxies....probably the same proxies you would be using....that I don't think all the extra effort to use proxies is really worthwhile.
     
  16. Aegroeg

    Aegroeg Regular Member

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    Never you mind.
    Well I'm fucked then. All 3 of my flatmates ( including myself ) have FB and friends who tag on our internet on a daily basis.

    Oh well, thank God for proxies.
     
  17. hatelovemisery

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    even public proxies would do ahahahahh
     
  18. Awintle

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    Is this not due to FB having device ID software? routing through a proxy won't make a difference as it depends the the machine you are using to access the accounts. You may have to spoof your user agent string?
     
  19. juicemane

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    may be from logging in from the same kumputer
     
  20. nightclubpromo

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    what matters is how heavily you're spamming (or not). i have 30 or so fake accounts i log in and out of always from same browser same computer...i just clear cookies and cache after each one and I'm fine