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FOLLOWLIKER: Winebottler/Yosemite and question regarding bans

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Lsteph, Apr 11, 2015.

  1. Lsteph

    Lsteph Newbie

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    Please excuse me if this has been asked before, but after thorough searching I couldn't find any answers to my specific Qs!

    First of all, I'm not able to download Winebottler on Mac Yosemite, can I use Wineskin to run Followliker?

    As well, I have one IG account that is about 2 years old and has a solid followers base by now. To specify, it doesn't have a LOT of followers, but relevant people for what I do follow it etc, it took a lot of work to build out that specific network. I opened a second account now, where I want to run followliker a bit more aggressively, test out limits etc.

    Now my question is, as i opened both accounts on the same device, running on the same IP, if one account gets banned, is the other one automatically banned, or observed closely by IG as well?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Etanor

    Etanor Junior Member

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    I was asking myself the same question :)
     
  3. richardleb

    richardleb Power Member

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    According to me that won't happen, but many people here are telling that's risky
     
  4. Lsteph

    Lsteph Newbie

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    Oh shoot ok!
    Some more info, when I opened the first account 2 years ago, I had a different provider. However now, I'm on the same device with both the accounts. Different emails. So does IG monitor device numbers as well, or does it depend more on the wifi network I'm mostly on? In that case, would other people's accounts that are on the same wifi every day, be in danger as well??

    This is complicated.