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New Facebook Account vs Aged

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by intenso09, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. intenso09

    intenso09 Junior Member

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    Hi guys, I've got a small issue.

    I'm about to buy some aged facebook accounts but I read that if the accounts were not used it doesn't matter if they are aged or not. The problem is that I can't find much information about it. Can anybody confirm this? Is it the same or a bit different, for example the aged accounts are warmed up faster and it's less risky?

    My plan is to add up to 5000 friends with my own custom bot and to convert them later to fan pages. The question is how much faster will it be with aged accounts.
    Also I sometimes need to post on popular fan-pages, this seems to be an problem with new accounts.
     
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  2. Herectioul66

    Herectioul66 Registered Member

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    If old account is verified then it is better then new account and you can buy it and i think you can add more users very quickly with old accounts.
     
  3. intenso09

    intenso09 Junior Member

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    I think the same because this is common for other networks and sites, but facebook is such a spam expert that I'm not really sure.
    But creates another question for me... What is better, old PVA or non PVA and phone verify by myself? Logicaly I think old PVA are better but I'm also not sure.

    I explained it in my first post. Add friends and convert them to a fan page.
     
  4. islandman1010

    islandman1010 Elite Member

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    From all the ones I have bought I have found that even if they are "aged" if they have had no activity then you might as well get news ones. Also most suppliers of the aged ones that are PVA have had the number removed so will nearly always require a new number anyway. I have found that anything around 3 to 6months old is just as good as the ones that are 3 or 4 years old that haven't had activity. I highly doubt that FB place any importance on an account that was made 2,3 or 4 years ago that didn't get used. Aged accounts that have been used are a different matter and my oldest ones (6 years) that I use all the time can get away with a lot of things that younger, unused accounts get banned for.
     
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  5. Stalker90

    Stalker90 Registered Member

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    I had notice that facebook have some triggers and after some inactivity it asking for ID

    Why is these happening? maybe ip adress trigger it? can i use diffferent ip adress on profile
     
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    It depends on the aged account that it is promoted or not. If it is aged but have no traffic so, it is just like new account. Promoted aged accounts are much useful than new account or non-promoted.
     
  7. intenso09

    intenso09 Junior Member

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    I can't imagine that an account sellers really cares about to promote it.