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roadblock on pva?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by gdurham12, Aug 28, 2010.

  1. gdurham12

    gdurham12 Registered Member

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    just got this on a new p.v.a:


    when you hit confirm it says:
    Please provide a response for the security check.

    what the heck do you do? i just bought this from livelybrowser
     
  2. gdurham12

    gdurham12 Registered Member

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    ill comment on my own post..

    found out after i bought them they are made using USA proxys.. yet i live in canada.. so they roadblocked my accounts.. so lesson learned.. never will buy from livelybrowser
     
  3. radiant

    radiant Junior Member

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    Hi,first time i faced with such kinds of problem.I already verified with my phone no.But,when i tried to log in,it shows YOU ARE ALREADY VERIFIED.but,can't log in.please,help me what to do?
     
  4. Money Man

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    You will need to use USA proxies. The accounts I sell are Non-PVA (at the moment), but each account is made from one REAL USA IP only; as long as you keep the same IP(s) tied to the accounts after you purchase them, I seriously doubt you will have any trouble using an IP from a different country. I base this assumption off of the fact that I do not create my accounts with proxies from a "private proxy provider" - once again, these are REAL IPs and only ONE IP is used per account (no exceptions). You can contact me for a small sample batch and I will let you test this out for yourself, or I can test it out for you and let you know for sure.

    I am not at home at the moment, so I will not check my PMs until I get home.

    Cheers!
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  5. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    Double post, sorry.
     
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  6. radiant

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    I still can not log in my FB account.should i change my proxies,as i am using shared proxies.please help.
     
  7. Marco64

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    I too got PVAs from your same source, I used partly shared proxies, partly private proxies and just 1 got blocked, but probably because I did an error.
     
  8. gdurham12

    gdurham12 Registered Member

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    i bought 10..all 10 are roadblocked.
     
  9. DigitalGangster

    DigitalGangster Regular Member

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    thats the risk you take for buying accounts. If you think about it facebook becomes more strict when you log in into accounts from a different ip. I had accounts that were created all from usa IP, then they got roadblock because i logged in from a different usa IP.
     
  10. gdurham12

    gdurham12 Registered Member

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    facebook is so messed up.. all 10 of my accounts work now?
     
  11. davidycpsrep

    davidycpsrep Registered Member

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    FYI - There is no such thing as a PVA account any longer. It was changed 2 weeks ago. If your friend request get rejected, you log in from multiple ips, do not properly clear your cookies between each account, or use ffap without changing the default user agent you will eventually get a confirm your identity roadblock......dony give up on the account just leave it alone for a while....Facebook will eventually get ride of this roadblock like they have the image roadblock and the account MAY be able to be bypassed at that time.
     
  12. Kastez

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    So we just need to leave this accounts? And from few days they will working again?