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So frustrated right now

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by buckz55, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. buckz55

    buckz55 Junior Member

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    Well I got FFAP and eveything was going good... have 6 PVA accounts on my real IP ... It lets me send as many requests as I want on each account......

    However , once i started using proxies everything went to hell... after I bought 5 more PVAS .... I assigned 1 IP to them ... then checked them all to make sure the proxy works with them... so far so good...

    I then started adding friends ... EVERY single one of the 5 PVAS using the proxies only sent 1-2 requests out then said this message:

    So I don't know if it's the proxy or FFAP software doing this....

    could someone please explain to me , what I'm doing wrong....?

    If it is only going to allow me to send out 1-2 requests a day per account using proxies then i'm just wasting my time
     
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  2. buckz55

    buckz55 Junior Member

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    I actually might know the problem , the guy who made these PVAS for me is a Foreigner ..... so i'm guessing facebook sees a euro IP then united states IP and freaks out?

    Any U.S pva suppliers out there?
     
  3. Shane

    Shane Newbie

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    I have used livelybrowsers pva accounts and i live in the U.S. and i've never had a problem, so I don't think its that.
     
  4. Maverick DFZ

    Maverick DFZ Newbie

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    If facebook accounts have a majority IP address in one location then out of nowhere they find a new country facebook assumes youve been hacked by someone somewhere(even if your on holiday) and emails you saying you need to verify. I think it gives you a captcha though and lets you carry on so i dont know if this is the problem here
     
  5. Shane

    Shane Newbie

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    I suggest you do a search on these forum for "FFAP" find livelybrowsers thread and post this question on there. Their support is great, or if you have AOL Instant Messanger send them a message at "livelyfacebook" they have worked me through any problem I have had.
     
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  6. buckz55

    buckz55 Junior Member

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    Well the guy I bought the PVAS from is from europe ..... I just don't understand it though .....

    I have over 6 FB accounts here on my HOME IP and it lets me send up to 150 requests a day PER account ... no warning , nothing...

    then when I decide to buy PVAS and use proxies .... this shit happens
     
  7. buckz55

    buckz55 Junior Member

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    I am actually talking to someone now , but it takes them an hour to respond to each question .... must be an outsourced chinese support team
     
  8. Kethy

    Kethy Elite Member

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    Hello buckz55,

    I am one of members of lively facebook 24*7 support team. We are sorry to cause you any trouble if we didn't help you.

    But usually we try our best to solve problems for our customers as soon as possible, could you let's know which online messager did you use to contact our support team, and what's the account name did you contact? So that we can check it for you and know more clear about your problem.

    Looking forward to your reply, and very sorry to cause you any trouble.

    Following is our 24*7 hours facebook support team:
    Skype: livelyfacebook
    Yahoo: livelyfacebook
    AIM: livelyfacebook
    MSN/Email: support@facebookfriendadder.com

    Sincerely,

    Kethy in Lively Facebook 24*7 Support Team
     
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  9. iglow

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    thats not true. i switch VPNs all time and never hurts.
     
  10. Peter Shaw

    Peter Shaw BANNED BANNED

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    I thought maybe the change of ip could be a problem because when i went on holiday to Egypt, i came back and my facebook account wouldn't let me log on without verifying who i was. The same when i was over there.
     
  11. nme

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    What type of proxy is it and are they, all the same?
     
  12. NickThng

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    Yea i guessed its most probably the change in ip locations:) you probably need to wait a while for facebook to check it out and they either solve it or ban..
     
  13. buckz55

    buckz55 Junior Member

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    yeah all those PVAS I used are fucked now...I get this message

    Confirm your account using your phone
    In order to confirm that you own this account, we need to send a security code to your phone (using a SMS).
    Click continue to receive the code at the number shown below.
     
  14. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    Trust me, it has way more to do with the past activity on those accounts rather than the IPs, PVA or not. Also, the person who sold them to you could have created them months ago and no one ever logged in to them until you finally did (with a different IP), and bam, there is your problem.

    I am not saying that this is what happened in your case, but it is very likely. Account suppliers need to start realizing that if they are going to keep accounts dormant, they need to verify that they are usable before selling them. This has been happening more and more often lately (it just recently happened to a friend of mine), so I am guessing it has something to do with some new changes FB has recently made.
     
  15. buckz55

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    Wouldn't it be alot better if I just made 3-4 accounts on each proxy IP ? that way they will not recognize any other IP than the one i'm using....

    How can I make my own PVAS?
     
  16. buckz55

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    LOL now I don't know what to think..... I just decided to use facebook blaster 7.0 instead of FFAP .... I manually inputted the proxy into explorer ... scraped the ID's then started adding....

    I just sent 70 friend requests without any problem .... this PVA account is from the same person i got the other ones from
     
  17. dfrancon

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    I'm thinking that in some cases, it's BETTER to use non-pva's.
    For instance, for wall posting, I use non-pva's with NO PICS and no friends.
    That way, the only verification method left (at least for now), is D.O.B. which is taken care of by the software.
     
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  18. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    This is a VERY good point you have made here.


    OP: While it seems FFAP might be causing you some issues at the moment, FB Friend Blaster Pro is not the type of program that you will want to go with for the long run. If FFAP's live 24/7 support time cannot help you out, I suggest you try to get in touch with Lively himself. I recently had an issue that their support team could not figure out, however Lively was MORE than willing to help me out; problem solved!
     
  19. wonderd

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    so what would be a good program to run for the long run?
     
  20. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    Did you not read this thread in its entirety? FFAP.