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Multiple FB accounts - I need advise!

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Tony Subij, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. Tony Subij

    Tony Subij Newbie

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    My method for creating multiple FB accounts:

    1. I bought 20 Private Proxies from MPP (myprivateproxies.net) .
    2. I use a different proxy IP and delete my browser history every time I create a new FB account.
    3. I only manage to create about 6 FB accounts out of the 20 proxies. after the 6th FB account created, the FB account is always getting cancelled.

    I don't understand it! I have 20 proxy IP from different locations (NY, CA, Arizona) and I'm still getting detected by FB.

    You guys have any idea? Any solution to this?
     
  2. HeadphonesOn

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    Your browser can be tracked by other methods than cookies as well. Well, at least you should kill the cookies (not sure you mean that by browser history).
     
  3. SEOking222

    SEOking222 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    FB tracking system track your IP. Thats Simple!
     
  4. Neuros

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    The IP its a big problem right now with FB because they catch you immediately and after some time your account will get immediately disabled without a single warning!
     
  5. stefanovic87

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    Facebook have a smart syteme to detect spam account
     
  6. louiszhao

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    1. Buy a cheap smart phone.
    2. Buy a 4G sim card
    3. Create an account.
    4. Reset your phone.
    5. Create an account.
    6. Repeat 4-5.
     
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  7. HeadphonesOn

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    Nice hint! Would you say the proxies already known by Facebook can be used or are they screwed now?
     
  8. louiszhao

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    I really do not know. I think maybe they are not private dedicated proxies, maybe FB detects his user agent or maybe something else...
     
  9. praveen1090

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    We can't say definitely when an account will be disabled.!! It can work for a while and after some will be deactvated without any notice/
     
  10. mrnixdorf

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    I confirm, It's not about IP
    It's about your actions;
    They detect IP + Browser + OS system + Your Actions "Spam Filter"

    Your 20 proxies are not dead you can use them again, but:

    1 create accounts using your real ip. Up to 10 fb acct. then reboot your router to change your ip. i don't know how you are connected to the internet but manage to change your ip.
    2 clear your browser and reboot the system
    3 wait an hour and start again.
    No need to clear your browser between accts creation, just use private browser on chrome or firefox. when finish the first account. close the private browser then reopen it again.

    If you want to try this and got your account disabled in the first try. just clear your browser and wait until tomorow then restart.
     
  11. Tony Subij

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    Thanks for the reply. Can
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    Thanks for the reply!
    I have a few clarifications, maybe you can help me:

    1. You said to "reboot your router to change your ip". The way how I change my IP is through the browser SETTINGS section (or TOOLS section).
    I go to the LAN setting and click on Proxy IP, then enter my proxy IP and port. Is this the right way?

    2. I clear my browser history (always) and I restart my computer. I used Chrome as browser.
     
  12. mrnixdorf

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    1. Absolutly not, don't use proxies when you are creating accounts, use your real ip. use proxy only if you manage to work with them using a bot or something else... when you restart your router you get a new ip. use www.ipchicken.com before and after restart to be sure.
    2. Yes you can do this using only the private browser option in chrome. search for Browse in private on Chrome (incognito mode) in google.
     
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  13. HeadphonesOn

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    Using your real IP will work possibly, but isn't it a bit risky, depending on what you want to do?
     
  14. shifubill

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    Definitely screwed. You can try it if you've got time to kill, but usually once I've had an account issue on one proxy, any other account that touches it has issues as well.

    You need to use a browser that you can easily clear the cache, like Firefox or IE. I prefer to use a tool like mass planner that creates a different browser instance isolated from all others, and it's connected to one proxy.
     
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    Does this clear the cookies as well?
     
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    As guys mentioned its not 1998 years now so that trick changing proxies on browser could work.. They have tons of methods to track your activity in other ways and better just buy 20 FB accounts - they will cost not more then 20 proxies..
     
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    Not if you just wipe the history, you have to clear the cache too. Unless the settings are different in Chrome now.
     
  18. islandman1010

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    Don't forget most private proxies are ones that have been sold before. It's unlikely that you are the first user of them and they were probably given up by someone that burned them out before. Buying old accounts is much easier and then using them on private proxies.
     
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  19. mrnixdorf

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    :D are you gonna to kill someone ?!!?!!! :p

    +1
    depend on proxies provider.
     
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    Try to use another device. Like your laptop of iphone. Change devices while creating accounts, that should help