Jarvee Like Exchange Accounts Get Hit with PV

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Don't know if it's just coincidence, but some real accounts that I put in the Like Exchange (to give, not receive) likes, got hit with PV.
Got the seems your account is being used on tools to do likes, or something like that.
First time that the accounts were on the Like Exchange.

Seems that either I got an Instagram spam block, or Instagram has accounts in Jarvee that only give out likes and thus they know if they receive that those are in the Jarvee Like Exchange program.

Any one else experience similar situations?
 

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Let me tell you 2 secrets
JV usually emulate Samsung Devices
And I dont mean the newest ones
So its not hard for IG
Liking a photo of someone you never searched before + samsung device user agent of 2 years ago + api call request that never been done before (you like a specific photo before ever search that profile)
 

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Don't know if it's just coincidence, but some real accounts that I put in the Like Exchange (to give, not receive) likes, got hit with PV.
Got the seems your account is being used on tools to do likes, or something like that.
First time that the accounts were on the Like Exchange.

Seems that either I got an Instagram spam block, or Instagram has accounts in Jarvee that only give out likes and thus they know if they receive that those are in the Jarvee Like Exchange program.

Any one else experience similar situations?

Have the accounts been warmed up prior tk adding to Like Exchange? And how many accounts did you add?
 

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Have the accounts been warmed up prior tk adding to Like Exchange? And how many accounts did you add?
Yes. 2-3 year old accounts, and been on Jarvee for over 1 month. Only doing up to 100 likes per day, no more than 10 likes per round.
3 accounts where in the Like Exchange program, then I added 2 more.

One of them was already there and the 2 new ones got hit with PV.

What was strange was the IG message. Forgot to do a screen shot. Something about your password may be compromised by a third party app doing likes, etc. etc.
 

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Yes. 2-3 year old accounts, and been on Jarvee for over 1 month. Only doing up to 100 likes per day, no more than 10 likes per round.
3 accounts where in the Like Exchange program, then I added 2 more.

One of them was already there and the 2 new ones got hit with PV.

What was strange was the IG message. Forgot to do a screen shot. Something about your password may be compromised by a third party app doing likes, etc. etc.

Hmm that is strange I would suggest PVing and seeing if you get another PV on the accounts. Have not heard anyone else having the same issue at the moment so I don't think it is a Jarvee problem. Were the accounts on separate proxies?
 

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Hmm that is strange I would suggest PVing and seeing if you get another PV on the accounts. Have not heard anyone else having the same issue at the moment so I don't think it is a Jarvee problem. Were the accounts on separate proxies?
I took all accounts off of the Like Exchange. No need to push, when Instagram shoves with real accounts.

All 5 were on separate proxies. Only 3 got hit with that weird message.

They were doing the regular setup on Jarve, follow/unfollow/view/like, etc. After PV, they are running fine, doing f/u/like/view, etc. But not on Like Exchange.

If it was due to Jarvee, I would only assume that IG placed some accounts that are only giving likes, and have another test account that only receives, but is probably hidden from searches. That way, no way anyone can find and like, unless it's from a Like Exchange program.

Maybe, this would be a great update for the Like Exchange program.
1. Have the Jarvee account do a search for the account to like.
2. Find account, click and then like the post(s) set up in the system.

This way, if IG puts a test account that can't be found in the search, no likes received, none of the liking accounts get hit, blocked, banned, or whatever.

Just saying, Jarvee.
 

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Don't know if it's just coincidence, but some real accounts that I put in the Like Exchange (to give, not receive) likes, got hit with PV.
Got the seems your account is being used on tools to do likes, or something like that.
First time that the accounts were on the Like Exchange.

Seems that either I got an Instagram spam block, or Instagram has accounts in Jarvee that only give out likes and thus they know if they receive that those are in the Jarvee Like Exchange program.

Any one else experience similar situations?

They send this message to every profile at some point. Even those that are not breaking any rules. Nothing more than a scare tactic ;):(

Try not changing your password, and see if you get message again in a couple weeks.
 
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They send this message to every profile at some point. Even those that are not breaking any rules. Nothing more than a scare tactic ;):(

Try not changing your password, and see if you get message again in a couple weeks.
Well, can’t stay with the same password. They force you to enter a new password to proceed to your account.
 

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Well, can’t stay with the same password. They force you to enter a new password to proceed to your account.

Wow ok that is new change, was not always like that. So think about this -

Let's say you know nothing about Instagram growth, bots, etc and are not on there for making money. For example you just follow your friends and some businesses you like, and maybe you have 200 followers. You never do anything against the rules, yet one day you tried to log in and get this message saying your information could have been compromised and you must change your password to proceed... now that sounds sketchy as f***!!

I would uninstall the app if that were me.
 

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Wow ok that is new change, was not always like that. So think about this -

Let's say you know nothing about Instagram growth, bots, etc and are not on there for making money. For example you just follow your friends and some businesses you like, and maybe you have 200 followers. You never do anything against the rules, yet one day you tried to log in and get this message saying your information could have been compromised and you must change your password to proceed... now that sounds sketchy as f***!!

I would uninstall the app if that were me.
Yes it would, unless you were botting and Instagram caught you with your hand in the cookie jar.
 
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