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How to stop new Facebook accounts getting blocked?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Dodge, May 13, 2016.

  1. Dodge

    Dodge Regular Member

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    Hey,

    I'm finding that a lot of Facebook accounts I create get blocked pretty quickly even though I thought I'm pretty careful. I tend to use 1 private on no more than 2 accounts, verify them by phone, and don't do any unusual activity. But, a lot seem to get a request for "photo ID" soon after creating them, or when I've bought aged accounts, renamed them.

    I know plenty of people manage to maintain loads of Facebook accounts, so I was hoping for some advice on other things that I can do, to minimise the risk of photo ID requests.

    Thanks :)
     
  2. ilikethecheesecakes

    ilikethecheesecakes Regular Member

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    your defnition of careful could be our definition of 3dgy
     
  3. ToxicBlack

    ToxicBlack Regular Member

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    Strange results, I am registering accounts on my proxies (one per proxy), added some friends, liked some pages and started joining groups slowly and only few of them requested phone verification. So far no ID verification request... We will see later when I start posting to groups...
     
  4. PHPInjected

    PHPInjected Elite Member

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    First, let them age if they haven't already.
    Second - Naturally build up their following (likes, pages, group posts, etc), do it slow.
    Third - When buying aged accounts, don't log in and immediately change things. Let the account get used to that IP so that it sees it as its "home IP".