person232

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Hi all, last year I tried using Facebook ads and got banned instantly without the option of appeal. Looking carefully through their T's & C's I couldn't see any reason for the ban. (It's entirely possibly I missed something here though).

After reading other case studies, I believe the reason I was banned is due to the fact I had set up a brand new Facebook account for the first time and immediately started using ads.

A year later, I'm hoping to use my partner's Facebook account which has existed for over 7 years. My concern before I start is if there may be issues with the following: Their bank account is registered to the same physical address as the bank account connected to the account that got banned and its also using the same IP address...

So my question is:

Is there a risk that my partner's account could also get banned? and is there anything I can do about this? Any thoughts would be much appreciated.

Also, bonus question, does Facebook frown upon websites being registered anonymously with Whois?

Thanks in advance
 

blackh4t

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Yes you can get old account banned too sadly. There is always this risk.
 

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They will most likely track your bank account and might ban you. I've had this problem before. It's not a given that they will ban you, but it's definitely possible. It's best if you set up an accout with brand new details, etc.
 

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They will most likely track your bank account and might ban you. I've had this problem before. It's not a given that they will ban you, but it's definitely possible. It's best if you set up an accout with brand new details, etc.

My bank details are new (new card and account with a different branch), it's just the physical address (where I live) of the new bank card will be the same as the old one. Do you think this will be a problem?

When you had this happen to you did you have a brand new bank card registered to the same address or did you use the original banned bank details?
 

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Well facebook doesnt ask for addresses when inserting payment method it only asks for zip code.
As far as your IP, as long as its a residential IP you're good to go. 1 account ban doesn't blacklist your IP. This is from personal experience.
 

person232

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Well facebook doesnt ask for addresses when inserting payment method it only asks for zip code.
As far as your IP, as long as its a residential IP you're good to go. 1 account ban doesn't blacklist your IP. This is from personal experience.

I was thinking of using my phone in my house (none connected to wifi) to pay for the ads do you think that's a bad idea? I just have the fear that knowing my luck the IP thing will be an issue.

What was your experience?
 

TaAaZZ28

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Use your friend's old account to make a business account with multiple ad accounts under them, add the same payment method to one of the ad accounts. One of the ad accounts getting banned doesn't reflect the other business account nor the facebook profile.
 

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Use facebook ads account with care,the can banned anyone anytime without any reason,,
 
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