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Possible to Skip Gmail Account Verification?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Jonny Quick, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. Jonny Quick

    Jonny Quick BANNED BANNED

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    I buy 5 PVA's. First time buying PVA's. Check 3 of the 5 accounts and change their passwords. Ran out of time and went to bed. 2 days later, try to log on to the 1st one I worked on, and it want's phone verification.

    So I do that with my cell#.

    Second Gmail account wants phone verification too. Says it has "unusual acitivity". Did some reading. Gmail limits number of accounts per phone #. And I'm not all that thrilled with Google having my cell phone number anyways.

    Is there a way around this? How do other people handle this? Do CL accounts with something other than Gmail?

    What is "unusual activity"? The seller left the history; they were barely used. Maybe 20 emails total. I think the "unusual activity" line is bullshit. Google just wants your cell phone number for some reason.

    Also, why would the Gmail account let me change the password, and THEN it wants phone verification?
     
  2. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    Probably multiple logins from the same IP. You done fucked up by giving them your cellphone. They can link that shit to your other gmails, your browsing history etc.
     
  3. CyrusVirus

    CyrusVirus BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    i dont see why not, i have 5 accounts for personal use and i always click that skip button and go back to doing what i was doing
     
  4. Autumn

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    I think he's talking about where they force you to verify, not the "give us your phone number in case you lose your password" screen.
     
  5. Anubis1980

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    i always use real "indexed" names and add an yahoo email as
    secondary mail. G never asked me again for phonenumber.
    Even at internet cafe i registered 4 gmail accounts .no probs.