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Followliker Twitter Question

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by ADBIZ, Feb 21, 2016.

  1. ADBIZ

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    So I was thinking about starting a new twitter journey using followliker to grow twitter accounts, but I've looked at some other threads and seen that followliker gets twitter accounts suspended or banned.

    My question is, How likely is it that I will get banned if i just use followliker for 5 accounts? And what can i do to reduce the chance of any of the accounts getting suspended?

    I would hate to invest all that money and time just to have all my accounts suspended for going against twitter policy.
     
  2. HoNeYBiRD

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    It doesn't matter how many accounts you use the bot for, using a bot in itself - or any automated way for that matter - is against pretty much every site's policy, if you worry about such things, then don't use a bot.

    How safe is to use specifically FL is another question, i think you're referring to wizard04's thread.
    I can tell you, without me trying, i was able to replicate the issue, what wizard04 experienced and got hundreds of his accs temp suspended, and i was able to do that with accounts which have never even seen a bot.

    I'm using a different bot than FL and i was able to replicate wizard04's issue with that too. With all that said, FL has a strong user base with hundreds of users on BHW, maybe thousands, compared to that, the number of complaints are very low, but loud as negative reviews always. If there was a serious issue with the tool, everyone would be affected, not 1 or 2 users and the forum, their BST would be flooded with negative feedbacks, which is not the case.

    According to my findings, Twitter has changed something with the login and verification processes, bots need to adapt, besides that it can be they were just cracking down on botted accounts and did/doing a bigger clean up, which happens from time to time.