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Problem Reciving the Verification Call

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by Tiiderliider, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. Tiiderliider

    Tiiderliider Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I cannot get verification call, one my account is blocked, any ideas how to manage it?
     
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    maybee it's possible that t support changes the phone number to a number where you can recieve calls.

    worked for me on an account with an outdated number
     
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    JinxerCraft Regular Member

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    blasouveir Junior Member

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    Don't know where OP is from, but I've experienced the same issue. Had lots of accounts which I used to manually verify with real sim cards, while all of a sudden 2-3 weeks ago Twitter decided to block the whole mobile network, so no verification call can be received on this network anymore. Needless to say, more then half of my accounts now sit blocked, waiting for a verification call, which I'll never receive. And it is not a "phone number flagged" issue, it is a whole network, I tested it with a fresh phone number, never affiliated with any twitter account before. Can they do that? Blocking the whole mobile network? I really hope it is a temporary issue with routing the calls and what not, but I fear it is a block on the whole network :(

    @OP: I believe a solution is to contact support and explain that your phone number no longer receives any calls, I read somewhere that they will probably switch it to email verification, so you can unlock the account. But what if it gets blocked again? Also, in your case it is doable, but for me, doing that for my 40+ blocked accounts, just to see them probably blocked again soon ... naah, I wouldn't bother.