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How to setup multiple facebook accounts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by samiejg, Dec 14, 2013.

  1. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    The phone verification seems to make it impossible but then I read posts from other people who would go make 5 accounts and verify them. How is it possible? Are people having to go out and buy a bunch of phones or something? Or keep changing their phone numbers?
     
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    beaman20 Newbie

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    Best thing to do is set up numbers on google voice, I think its like $10 per additional number you add after your first free one.
     
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  3. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    I'll definitely have to look into that :) I never knew they had free number. I was trying to signup right now for it, but when I login it seems to have very limited options. I wonder if it's because I'm in Canada. Apparently when I login for the first time it's supposed to have some type of setup appear for me to pick a number.

    Edit: Signed in via a US proxy and it's now saying "Please note that Google Voice is only available in the U.S.". So that explains a bit why it wasn't working for me :)

    It also says "You will be required to verify an existing U.S. phone number to get a Google Voice number". But then I guess once I get it verified, then $10 wouldn't be too bad for each phone number. Although if that is the only way, I don't understand how people are able to sell thousands of verified Facebook accounts at such a cheap price :|
     
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  4. ibbfresh490

    ibbfresh490 Newbie

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    This is just a theory, because I have yet to personal try this myself.
    So when you sign up for a Google Voice Number, you'll need to verify with a valid number. (This much you already know).
    You can verify your number one of two way:
    1. Google's calls the number you've provided
    2. Google's texts the number you've provided
    Giving you the code you need to verify your account.
    There are many apps you can get for smart phones that'll provide you with a free number. (Like free texting apps)
    I know talkatone is one of them.
    You might want to try getting on of these free texting numbers, and have Google Voice text you the code via the free app number.

    Like I said this is just a theory, and I haven't had a chance to test it out yet. But I hope this helps, and feel free to let me know if it works out.
     
  5. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    ibbfresh490, I did try what you said. However Google Voice does not do text verification. They only do phone verification.

    I use Textnow which takes care of the text side of things, but it can also accept audio in the form of voicemail. The only issue there is that Google wants you to answer the phone and then press two specific numbers to verify. So I am in the process of trying to find a company out there that will assist with handling an incoming call, while also allowing me to hit numbers on the keypad.

    To make matters worse, I also do not have a microphone haha :) Let me know if you come with anything.
     
  6. ibbfresh490

    ibbfresh490 Newbie

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    My apologizes for that Samiejg! Ibelieve may have confused it with the adsense process.
    I know there are only services out there like that. Well at least I know there used to be 4 years ago.
    I would suggest "talkatone" on a smartphone, but I believe you'll need a google voice for the service to work, and you can't verify with another google voice number.

    I'll do some searching for a service that'll help you out, and if I find something I'll private message you with the link.
     
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    MadStacks BANNED BANNED

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    If you use the right private proxy you do not have to worry about phone verification.
     
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    arnoldblack Newbie

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    I've been using multiple sim cards, where i live they cost only a $1 each and are sold just about everywhere.
     
  9. IncognitoIncome

    IncognitoIncome Newbie

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    does pinger/k7 still work?
     
  10. fishsc8le

    fishsc8le Newbie

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    sim cards google voice etc.
     
  11. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    I tried some of those online ones like pinger, but didn't receive anything from Facebook. I read somewhere they they will only allow the texts to go through to specific carriers.

    So if a SIM card is $1, wouldn't you still need a subscription to your cell phone provider for each SIM card for that to work?
     
  12. BrandingBaw

    BrandingBaw Power Member

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    We have free simcards over here (Europe).

    You can pick them up in bars, hotels etc. They always have a fresh stack laying around somewhere.

    What I do personally is contact the operators that send them out to those places and order a box (or two) for € 5,-