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Good IPs/proxies for Facebook???

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by VoidITSolutions, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. VoidITSolutions

    VoidITSolutions BANNED BANNED

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    Hey BHW. I'm currently near the end of a bigger Facebook project for someone.
    This project requires log-ins from multiple accounts.

    So far, we have one server provider that has assigned one IP that does not trip Facebook verification.
    This IP works great. We tried having them assign more IPs from the same range but they aren't working out so hot.

    What's happening is that via the new IPs they assigned, or proxies we purchase, Facebook is forcing D.O.B/Photo and Name/Other forms of verification.
    The problem with that is, our users do not and cannot have direct access to the software logging in so, the verification cannot be passed.

    We're making a downloadable version for the users to use on their computer to get passed this but some users will still need to use our web/server based system so the problem remains.

    I need a proxy/VPN/IP/anything provider where the IPs are allowed to do whatever they want on FB - like our main IP which hardly ever causes verification to be needed except for roughly 1/200 accounts.

    Anyone know a good source?
     
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  3. VoidITSolutions

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    I need proxies that will not make Facebook require verification from users logging in from different locations. Can you promise that or is this just a random marketing attempt?