Discussion in 'Instagram' started by BenChevy, Sep 30, 2015.
Can I plug them into followliker and start botting straight away?
depends. where did or who did you get the accounts from?
Got them from someone through BHW. Im a bot confused because when I logged into one of the accounts on my it asked me to verify my email etc. but when I log into another one of the account on the web it didnt ask me to verify anything.
I dont want to go through the process of verify everything again (which Im confused about since he already did it) and just what to plug the accounts to followliker and start botting.
Email verification shouldn't matter, are they phone verified though?
Yea. Maybe the first one I tested wasn't verified.
Do you know what would happen if the accounts were not PVA? Can you still plug them into followliker and get it working?
yeah, will just require you to phone verify them soon
Oh so you need to PVA them to use followliker?
Buying phone verified accounts is pretty useless, you'll have to verify them again soon anyway because you're using them with a different IP address.
Yes, and be prepare to pv and or captcha since you are using a different ip used to create the acc with.
I don't get it. How come when I switch between wifi (home, campus, work, friends) I don't have to enter verify?
Get proxies and start botting
Don't forget to get some quality proxies. 3/4 accounts per proxy is fine.
If I get proxy would I still need to verify the accounts?
it will give you phone verification the next time you login. It will also ban your account if you login to those accounts on the same IP address.
Best option is to get private proxies, stick them to the IG accounts then have them phone verified yourself. Its 3 accounts per IP per Phone number on instagram
I dont get what you mean.
I brought PVA accounts. If I put my account in followliker and give it a private proxy will I have to verify them again. And if I change private proxies still I have to verify them again?
Probably because those IP addresses are from locations that are relatively close together.
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