I'm currently using Private Internet Access as my VPN provider when doing most tasks online. Unfortunately, I try to create different Facebook accounts and anytime I do this, I don't get greeted with the infamous phone verification process or anything like that. Instead, Facebook tells me to upload a picture of myself that shows myself clearly. I hate encountering this stupid "checkpoint" system that Facebook created to verify if an account is real or not. Is there any real bypass to this checkpoint system? I've looked around online and found really old methods that no longer work, or just methods that involve downloading/using the Hola VPN. Which, I'm not stupid. Hola is infamous for reselling your IP address as a residential proxy. So, how can I create a Facebook account using a VPN so I can still remain somewhat anonymous on the social networking website? I can't stand this stupid checkpoint system that Facebook came up with. I've considered buying rotating residential proxies, but I've heard that you apparently need the same IP logged in for the first few times. Otherwise if the IP is different Facebook will lock your account and force you to verify your identity.