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New accounts getting banned really fast

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Ginzesz, Dec 13, 2015.

  1. Ginzesz

    Ginzesz Junior Member

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    So I started out with a new account about 3 days ago in the babes niche.
    Used massplanner to follow/unfollow 500 people a day.
    Today, I posted a pic and my account instantly got locked.
    Opened a new account, posted the same pic as my first pic and got locked instantly again.
    At this point I concluded the pic was flagged or whatever, and it didn't have anything to do with my 1st account being new and "mass" follow/unfollowing.
    I opened a 3rd account, posted a different pic, and my account instantly got locked again. 3rd account also in the babes niche.
    All accounts were opened and operated from the same phone. I'm also using my main account on this phone which is operating just fine.

    Just what the hell is going on/am I doing wrong?
     
  2. duceduc

    duceduc Supreme Member

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    Were those 3 accs using the same ip?
     
  3. Ginzesz

    Ginzesz Junior Member

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    Yes, upon registering and posting the first pic.
    I have a vpn service on my phone. Would this help if I register and post from a different ip?
    Also, if the ip is the issue I don't understand why they let me register in the first place. Instead of closing my account after posting the first pic, why are they not flagging my ip when creating a new account?
     
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  4. nantoli10

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    did you change MD5 to the pictures?
     
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    If you want to be safe, using 1 different ip for each account would definitely help you in preventing your account from being banned so fast. Also, if it persists, you might want to try and turn down your settings and see which setting works out for you the best.
     
  6. Ginzesz

    Ginzesz Junior Member

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    No I didn't, going to experiment with that.
    Tried to create a new account using VPN, posted a picture. Same issue, got instalocked.

    Created another account using same VPN, and posted a picture that I made myself. And yes, I didn't get instabanned. So I guess the issue is with the pictures after all. So changing the MD5 would fix this issue? Doing some research about it now.

    I wasn't using massplanner on the last 3 accounts that instantly got locked. So I don't think that's the issue.
    Through experimenting I concluded that the pictures must have been the reason my accounts were being locked. So going to figure out how to stop that from happening.
     
  7. envisioned

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    If you created the accounts and botted straight away it might happen that you get instantly banned, especially if you're following and unfollowing on the same day that high amounts without "warming" up the accounts carefully or even letting them rest for a few days while still posting images.

    If it was because of the pic make sure to either change md5, delete all the metadata by purifying it or edit the picture yourself, apply a non-visible filter and safe the pic again to be safe, that would actually make the picture unique.

    Also, if you're using a VPN and the IP isn't private it could also be 'cause your IP got flagged so almost every action doing with that IP might cause you a ban. Just be sure to use private IPs/proxies when having multiple accounts or at least be sure that noone is doing sh*t using the IP (for instance if you're using your home wifi).
     
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  8. Ginzesz

    Ginzesz Junior Member

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    Sounds like applying a non-visible filter and safe again would be the fastest/easiest way to get the job done. Is this something I can do in Photoshop? Like load the pic, create new layer, merge and safe. Does that get rid of the metadata and change the md5?
     
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  9. iamth3man

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    babes niche considered as adult niche so no wonder about it no matter how aged or how safe your acc sooner or later it will get ban
     
  10. Ginzesz

    Ginzesz Junior Member

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    I've read other people mention this before. I don't understand though as I see plenty of accounts in the niche being over 2 years old. I understand a lot will get banned when they're pushing the limit when it comes to nudity. But if you only post decent pics, on what basis will you inevitably lose your account?
     
  11. BigTroll

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    Of course it's something wrong with your pics, dafuq...
    try to make a photo with your phone, then upload via instagram app.
     
  12. Ginzesz

    Ginzesz Junior Member

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    I've been posting 10 pics per day for 3 days on the original account without any problems. From where I was standing (and based on advice given) it could have been a number of reasons. So your of course wasn't so obvious for me. Already did what you suggested as posted earlier in the thread.
     
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    One of my friend was using massplanner with 4 accounts and Insta banned his 3 accounts and one of his account is got nulled.Dont know how.
     
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    you have to give credit for those giant web companies, google, FB, IG..ect they have some insane image recognition techonoligies, they can tell if it's a nude and just changing the md5 won't help that much
     
  15. Ginzesz

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    Yeah that would have been my next question. Is changing the MD5 enough? Assuming that the pics are not nudes. Also wonder how reposting pictures are any different? Lots of huge account just repost pictures from smaller accounts. Why is this not being flagged? And posting random pics from google/reddit result in insta closure...?

    Edit: Chaging the MD5 seems to have done the trick for now. Changed the MD5 of pics that resulted in instant closure of 2 accounts. Posted it again, and account still open after a few minutes.
     
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  16. redarrow

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    I am guessing i suggest a better ip service

    you need virgin private dedicated proxies
    use only 1 proxie to one account
    also all bio on the account need picture
    ect filling in....
     
  17. txholdem

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    i've posted random pictures from google without a problem.
    it's interesting that baby niche is considered adult? why? nude babies?
    so what's the ban reason? because someone else has posted the same picture on IG?
     
  18. unibot

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    Wow, didn't know they had technology to know a picture is not unique
     
  19. HoNeYBiRD

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    besides taking care of ips, you might want to lower this number at first and slightly increasing it every day, following that many with a brand new account is just asking for trouble, ig have image recognition in place, so changing the MD5 might not be sufficient, what you can try is flip the pics horizontally, that will do the trick for sure (unless you're flipping an already flipped pic, so you flip it back to the original stage lol)

    practically you set off 3 alarms: aggressive following (w/ a brand new account), creating/managing multiple accs from the same ip, re-posting pictures