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HMA VPN a bad idea to manage several Facebook sites?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by nicofan, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. nicofan

    nicofan Junior Member

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    Hi

    I am about to buy some PVA Facebook accounts here on BHW. I indend to manage these via Hidemyass VPN. Does that sound like a bad idea?

    How are other people on here avoid getting banned due to conflicting IP address? I looked into Private Proxies too, but they are very expensive with increasing number.

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  2. ttavid

    ttavid Regular Member

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    I've tried HMA before, they used to work but they are way too popular now. So everybody uses there proxies and they don't work anymore. I would recommend searching proxies for sale in BHW. I've tried Unr3als proxies and they are good. They also have a fair price. You probably don't need a VPN just good proxies.
     
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  3. nicofan

    nicofan Junior Member

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    hi ttavid

    I already have HMA PRO VPN. And I would be using the VPN, not the proxies from HMA. The problem is (i think) that I get a new IP from HMA everytime I log into facebook. I just need to know if that is working for people.

    I did check out some proxies suppliers here on BHW. but for 2 private proxies I would need to pay 5$ per month. Now if i have 20 facebook accounts, that is going to cost some money.

    Does Facebook see a threat in logins from a VPN?
     
  4. ttavid

    ttavid Regular Member

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    Not necessarily a threat from VPN. The ip's cant mix with other accounts. It doesn't matter if its a different ip every time you log in as long as the fresh and good quality.
     
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  5. intrepid

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    cyberghost is a very bad idea.
     
  6. nicofan

    nicofan Junior Member

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    cyberghost is a vpn. so you mean all VPN are bad?
     
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    Not all VPN's are bad. But I wouldn't use HMA on general principle. For anything. They're rats, snitches, they'll roll over for any authority figure (government or corporate) who come at them for info about their users. Go with a proxy provider who has a good reputation and IP ranges that work with FB.
     
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  8. ttavid

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    I agree with gregstereo.
     
  9. beeker.s

    beeker.s Newbie

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    Finally a BHW member not on the HMA bandwagon and see's thru the deception I've used strong vpn in the past although I'm sure there's others out there just do the research.
     
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