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Non pvas banned . any help here?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by gasing, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. gasing

    gasing Registered Member

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    I don't know why but my non pvas keep getting banned...
    lost a lot of accounts, and most of the accounts can be considered as new(never posted before) and posted a few lines on walls only. :(
     
  2. nme

    nme Junior Member

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    Urls in your wall posts? My guess would be you posted a blacklisted domain.

    But check your mail, they usually say why.
     
  3. DigitalGangster

    DigitalGangster Regular Member

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    dont worry that had happened to me using fw and ffap. I have created batches of 500 accounts each and most of them do keep getting banned after loggin in them the second time. Facebook is cracking down , and now with the new roadblock that you cant send friends requests to ppl you dont know its becomin more harder than ever.
     
  4. fbdevil

    fbdevil Regular Member

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    Yeah this game is not getting easier. I have a great idea to help each other make viral pages, but there may be a conflict of interest due to keeping your methods private. Still brain storming.
     
  5. ddcash99

    ddcash99 Newbie

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    how exactly is that executed? as in you need to be on the page where the friends are presented to add them instead of adding off a scraped list? that seems strange considering a lot of new users search for the people they know. seems like it would be a hrd thing to enforce...
     
  6. ogeee

    ogeee Registered Member

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    Well its happened to me when facebook suggested a potential friend in the right column that has ads in it. I tried to add them manually in my browser, and since FB had suggested them and we had a mutual friend I thought itd be okay. But no, I got the message.
     
  7. ddcash99

    ddcash99 Newbie

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    Tried a few accounts both pv and non and had no problem. just captcha. guess ill be watching for that then..
     
  8. nme

    nme Junior Member

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    Well, I got ASS RAPED today. Mass bans on accounts created weeks ago and never used for anything.
     
  9. moneyrocks

    moneyrocks Supreme Member

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    non pva accounts are not as good as they used to be they have even made it hard with pva accounts but still workable
     
  10. quicksiver

    quicksiver Registered Member

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    this also happend to me, let me know if you know the exact problem.
     
  11. ddcash99

    ddcash99 Newbie

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    how many lost? # friends and how maintained?
    Posted via Mobile Device
     
  12. bannerexpert

    bannerexpert Newbie

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    I would say its btter to use pvas facebook if you want to keep it for long term
     
  13. saintbernardul

    saintbernardul Junior Member

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    lost 250 non-pva accounts today.
    Facebook is getting harder and harder.

    I think we must move on...
     
  14. gamingmaster42

    gamingmaster42 Regular Member

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    I agree with above...
    FB just keeps coming up with new stuff to slow us down...
     
  15. ddcash99

    ddcash99 Newbie

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    wow. thats sucks. anybody else out there think that facebook has peaked and the next social networking hotspot will be popping up soon.. stuff about googleme and facebooks flank move with "facebook questions." :eek:
     
  16. w84it

    w84it Regular Member

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    move on to what? Nothing is as big as facebook
     
  17. saintbernardul

    saintbernardul Junior Member

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    Good question :D
     
  18. mmichael

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    nah we can get around this... need some software to accept all Fbook friend suggestions. Seems like they are much more lenient towards adding those or start by adding much more targeted lists with overlap in friends and the expand your network.
     
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    I did get a few non-pva's banned tho too... However, one was reinstated in like 2 mins. Just said that it was a shared internet connection and didn't konw what happened.

    Wonder if they have keywords that the system recognizes to unblock accounts.. Thoughts?
     
  20. tronlegacy

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    The problem is pretty simple. You trigger Facebook's algorithms that flag the accounts. It usually depends on how many friend requests you send out, how many have accepted, reported, or not replied to your requests. It also depends on how complete your account is. Depends on how connected your friend network is. Lastly, time is another big factor. For example, the approval rates you must meet until the account becomes disabled usually differes for accounts less than 24 hours, 72 hours, 1 week, and 1 month.