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Now fresh created accounts requires phone verification???

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by msdn77, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. msdn77

    msdn77 Newbie

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    Hello,

    Trying to register new facebook accounts. But after registration always getting phone verification page...

    What I tried?
    Different browsers,
    Different proxies(free, elite)
    Different emails(yahoo, gmail)

    BHW - u got same sh*t?

    Thanks
     
  2. surch_daddy

    surch_daddy Registered Member

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    bro check BST thread here for some services that can verify your accounts or buy some pvas. good sellers here in this forum

    fb just try to make us work harder )))
     
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  3. msdn77

    msdn77 Newbie

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    thx for response
    but i know where to buy pva...
    the question is - facebook now requires to do phone verification for ALL freshly created accounts?
     
  4. keytenx

    keytenx Supreme Member

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    yeah it happens. IMO it is due to:

    facebook detects where the account is created and try to associate that ip/location on the account so whenever you enter try to log in on your country you will be prompt a phone verification since originally that account is not created there. or if so, if you have created the account by yourself, you have created too much account for such specific time.
    in my own experience i have tried to create 2-3 accounts in a day and yet after i have successfully verified each one. As i log in the accounts the next next day they require a phone verification again! So to answer you question i think yes. they are securing freshly made accounts through phone verification. (i have lost huge client because of this :( )
     
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  5. msdn77

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    This was all the time... If you create account with one IP and then log in with another - facebook simply blocks this account.
    Now, the problem is that facebook phoneblocks accounts EXACTLY after account was created. I mean when u fill: first name, last name, email, password.... and press Sign up - facebook redirects u to "Please complete a security check" page. This is the problem...
     
  6. msdn77

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    It seems that facebook collected the critical amount of people(over 900mil) - and now there is no growth - so facebook decided that most of new accounts are BOTs and why not put phone verification?
    Any ideas?
     
  7. Parlez

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    Try to fill as much profile details as you can. Add work/college stuff, upload a pic, add some friends.
     
  8. msdn77

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    Yes. But you can do that only if account was created. The problem is that facebook phoneblocks accounts before they was created.
     
  9. coolingheater

    coolingheater Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    how many you tried to register

    may be you are trying to create a lot of them from single ip
     
  10. msdn77

    msdn77 Newbie

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    1 acc per 1 proxy.
     
  11. keytenx

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    even so. i have created 1 account / 1 proxy using HMA. and still the result is the same. you will end having a phone verification.
     
  12. wordism

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    try clear your cookies and your cache.. and try making them with firefox 3.6.2
    I dont know why but it works better
     
  13. Warrendell

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    i'm having the same problem. i only make new accounts to play games and deactivate them after a couple of hours (after i've done what i wanted to do of course). i made new accounts a few times a week maybe, if that ...

    it use to be the phone verification would pop up randomly and it was no biggie, just give up on trying to create that account and create another instead.

    these past couple of days though, the phone verification requests pops up on every account i tried to create. have been searching all last night and today for a solution but nothing yet. this site kept popping up on searches (funny that, lol) and looks the most hopeful of finding a solution in the future, so i joined.

    though i've tried using proxies it's all a bit over my head and by the sounds of it, doesn't work with facebook anymore, anyway. it seems getting disposable cell phone numbers is the only solution at this point but they cost. i tried the 'pinger' site to get free disposable numbers but even if it did work (their servers are always down apparently), you'd have to keep signing up there for a new number for each facebook account you wanted.

    so - i'm with you on this one TA and looking forward to any helpful suggestions/solutions. :eek:

    eta: clearing cookies/cache, using cc cleaner and unplugging modem for a few hours doesn't work either.
     
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  14. Megabass

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    yep yep, same problems with my.
    there is no solution to make accounts.
    eventually the account going to die it's asking phone verification.
    facebook knows, that only way to detect the multi facebook users is ask the phone verification. that is very ass shit.

    maybe only way, if FBI going to give their phone numbers free to some poeple :D they have always about 10 000 new phone numbers ready to use :D i heard this from my friend :D
     
  15. cashmoney2009

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    either your ip addresses are already flagged by facebook or your creating too many accounts per IP.
     
  16. Warrendell

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    just checking back in to see if anyone else was experiencing the same problems. would be interested to know how wide-spread this is. as suggested above, maybe phone verification will become mandatory for every new account soon though i can see that going down like a lead balloon. that said, facebook doesn't seem to care much about what it's members want or think ... the timeline being a good example.

    was also thinking, for those of you here in the marketing business - it looks like a new opportunity will be opening up with gamers wanting new, clean, disposable accounts. pics, info, friends ... possibly even phone verification, not required.
     
  17. implayer

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    FB is just like all the other top dogs now - they dont need the people that made it any more. When they first launched there ad platform they loved affiliates - even stated so- now its almost impossible to get affiliate offer approve. When you get that big they do what they want!
     
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    I've been locked out of my account for so long, did you guys get it figured out?
     
  19. Raven13

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    Same probleme in here :s
     
  20. realdon

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    Private proxies is the solution