How to avoid Facebook restrictions / blockings ?

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Hello everybody,

I'm new on this forum, i went here to learn more info and tips on how Facebook works.

I'm doing ecommerce and I use mainly Facebook Ads. I see all my bought profiles and BM getting blocked.
Can someone explain me how to have a long term use of my profiles and BMs : do I have to use a proxy ? Which one ? What i have to do then ?
I don't know nothing about all that, all i know is running ads


Thank you by advance!
 

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do you run multiple accounts simultaneously? and how many accounts you use it? I'm running about 50 accounts for FB MP aslo BM account until this time is running smoothly but on this week there are many mass block of BM accounts by Facebook :)
 

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Hello, thank you for your answer

Yeah i saw that FB was going crazy these times.

Yes i'm running multiple accounts and each time FB ask me for "Secure my account" or for ID verification. And i can't make it so i need to avoid this first
 

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do you run multiple accounts simultaneously? and how many accounts you use it? I'm running about 50 accounts for FB MP aslo BM account until this time is running smoothly but on this week there are many mass block of BM accounts by Facebook :)
How do you run multiple accounts from the same device??
 

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They can now temporarily block you to send messages through your page. Or they can also leave that option available,but remove the access to your page content, remove your administrator ability. Meaning that you will be able to use the messenger,but unable to edit/delete your posts, change pictures, moderate comments, change the page name etc...Those blocks are usually temporary and should expire within 14 days.
 

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First, it's all depends on what product you sell. You need to make sure that your product is not in the Grey Area zone. And avoid ads rejected by Facebook.

Second, you need to have a dedicated device, dedicated ip, new card and real aged account along with the ID card.

Third, you need a good branding on your ecommerce (Logo, Website, Your content)

I see most people here didn't ever mention about Branding, it was very important specially during this time.
 

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According to Facebook's terms, individuals are only allowed to have one account. Businesses can create two accounts by using business Pages instead. Third party Facebook account managers may also manage Pages for numerous business under a single account.
 

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Yes, if you're using multiple accounts, you need to use proxies. The best way would be to assign a different residential or 4g proxy to each of your accounts. These are the so called dedicated proxies - that IP only belongs to you. However, they are quite price, because nobody else gets to use that IP, so you pay the full price for it.

Anyway, if you don't have the budget for it, rotating residential proxies will work too, however, there will be more chances of them getting blocked.
 

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Account behavior is more important than using proxy. You will be blocked if you try adding too many friends in a short time. Or you might be blocked if you only share links or posts. Make it look like human. Add a couple of friends, share posts, comment on people's post, join group, add photos, chat with people and so on.
 

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You have to separate each account, fresh IP, fresh mobile number, fresh fingerprints, fresh email, fresh device (or vps or VM) even videos/pictures ads and domain should be changed in some cases (if you pushed hard enough they will blacklist your domain and ban each account that tries to promote that domain)

So you have to separate every ad account you have from each other as much as possible, so they can't link them, because if one gets banned and you use the same device, IP etc for another ad account then it's already burned
 

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Yes, if you're using multiple accounts, you need to use proxies. The best way would be to assign a different residential or 4g proxy to each of your accounts. These are the so called dedicated proxies - that IP only belongs to you. However, they are quite price, because nobody else gets to use that IP, so you pay the full price for it.

Anyway, if you don't have the budget for it, rotating residential proxies will work too, however, there will be more chances of them getting blocked.
On that note, let's say the account owner strictly uses their FB account on their mobile device only and you log in to that same account at the same time to run ads on your pc w/ MLA + proxy. Would that raise any flags? Given that the account owner is not you, and the account owner & you are in the same household under the same IP address.
 

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Currently the face book is very difficult to use when it is a new account.
You should verify your facebook identity and take a dip
Other ways
You should have old BM or use your personal account to improve
 

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Use just one account or use residential proxies..but don't use newly created accounts..they get banned quickly
 

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Please use your BM account to verify and implement facebook's policies.
 

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You have to separate each account, fresh IP, fresh mobile number, fresh fingerprints, fresh email, fresh device (or vps or VM) even videos/pictures ads and domain should be changed in some cases (if you pushed hard enough they will blacklist your domain and ban each account that tries to promote that domain)

So you have to separate every ad account you have from each other as much as possible, so they can't link them, because if one gets banned and you use the same device, IP etc for another ad account then it's already burned
When you say IP, you mean public IP? What if the account owner is an active user and they use it while I use the account? Will it look suspicious?
 

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When you say IP, you mean public IP? What if the account owner is an active user and they use it while I use the account? Will it look suspicious?

In my opinion yes, it is suspicious when there are 2 or 3 active sessions on just one account (like who use facebook on their mobile and on their desktop or laptop at the same time ? :D)
FB will see that there are active sessions on separate devices, browsers, IP addresses etc and it can trigger for example verification or they can ask to change password, everything depends on your history with that account.

If you try to login into someone's account from another country or from hundreds of miles away from your IP location then the account will get locked for sure and asked for verification.
 

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In my opinion yes, it is suspicious when there are 2 or 3 active sessions on just one account (like who use facebook on their mobile and on their desktop or laptop at the same time ? :D)
FB will see that there are active sessions on separate devices, browsers, IP addresses etc and it can trigger for example verification or they can ask to change password, everything depends on your history with that account.

If you try to login into someone's account from another country or from hundreds of miles away from your IP location then the account will get locked for sure and asked for verification.
That means it's best to use the account in the same network yeah? (IP,etc) the account owner lives with me.
 

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That means it's best to use the account in the same network yeah? (IP,etc) the account owner lives with me.

The best of the best things you could do is use that account from the same internet connection and same device (cookies are stored on that device and cookies are very important if it comes to using other people's accounts) that the account owner used before.

If you can't use his device (laptop or pc or whatever he use) then maybe just copy his cookies and put them on your device and use the same network that he uses, FB will see different browser fingerprints etc but cookies gonna help you :)
 
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