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How many times will Facebook keep asking for reverification before they actually stop?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Inquisitive, Jun 3, 2012.

  1. Inquisitive

    Inquisitive Newbie

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    This has been bothering me A LOT for the past few months because everytime Facebook keeps asking for reverification and most facebook verification code sellers I know do not offer reverification support and when they do, they charge me again for the codes. I have bulks of facebook accounts which are aged 2-3 years old but for some reason, ALL of them were roadblocked by Facebook, meaning I'd need to verify them with a phone or I had to do that identify my friends sort of thing. Anyone here knows of any way to prevent or limit this whole reverification nonsense? Would it help if say the facebook accounts are manually verified with a proper email? Because I have had cases where I bought 500 hotmails from someone and I email plus phone verified (with codes) the 500 FB accounts but they also ended up getting asked for a second reverification. On the other hand, when I manually made facebook accounts with manually proper made emails, they were never blocked by Facebook asking for verification even with no mobile no attached to their accounts. So the question here is, would it be better to sign up facebook accounts on mobile phones now? Because chances are they won't get blocked by Facebook at all, well all of mine at least.
     
  2. moeatwa

    moeatwa Regular Member

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    Are you changing your IP too often? I mean proxies that are in different countries for example? That might be it... (Y)
     
  3. Inquisitive

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    Nope I am using the same IP for all accounts. This was never a problem in the past until only recently.
     
  4. moeatwa

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    How about user agents? Basically, are you doing anything to make them think that you're logging in to the accounts from remotely different computers?
     
  5. Inquisitive

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    What do you mean user agents? Nope I am logging into all accounts from the same ip, same computer. No idea why this is happening though. This roadblock is really pissing me off.
     
  6. moeatwa

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    Dude! That's just it then. The fact that you're logging in to all the accounts from the same computer and the same IP must be what's triggering it. Try and get some high quality private proxies and give it another whir... That'll probably solve your problem.
     
  7. Inquisitive

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    Nope. The roadblock only applies to accounts with emails which are not properly made or emails which are not verified. I have accounts like hundreds of them which are manually made with proper emails with no mobile phones attached to them yet they aren't blocked.
     
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    Even phone verified accounts get road blocked frequently if FB suspects it to be spam or fake. Various factors trigger it. Having only phone verified accounts won't save you from trouble.
     
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    dvharpson5i Newbie

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    I think Facebook recognizes when there's too much activity going on like signing in and signing out or even sign ups that are frequent.
     
  10. Inquisitive

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    So would it help if I sign up all accounts on a mobile phone? Not sure if all this happening is just a random thing or what.
     
  11. winchesterpic

    winchesterpic Junior Member

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    maybe you could try hotspotshield and incognito-windows so they can't track you