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Struggling to create solid Facebook accounts....

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by snurper, Jun 1, 2013.

  1. snurper

    snurper Junior Member

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    Hey guys, this is how I make my Facebook accounts:

    I use a complete separate user on my PC, which I don't use for anything other than account creation. I uninstall and reinstall Firefox (and all the preferences) before I make each account. I make the account whilst browsing privately on Firefox. I use a private proxy for each account, bought from probably the highest esteemed provider here on BHW. I use a phone verified hotmail email address for each account. I use different names, DOBs and passwords for each account.

    Yet, every time I click create account on FB, I get a message saying "We don't think you're a real person bla bla bla...." I have to fill out a captcha, retype my password and verify the account by phone, all before I can even access the profile for the first time.

    Now, this isn't a huge problem as I verify my accounts by phone anyway. But it really annoys me after doing all this work, Facebook still seem to know that something fishy is going on.

    Do you have any suggestions on how I could improve my account creation method? Or do you just think the proxies I am using are already blacklisted?

    I would really appreciate any input!
     
  2. tpaolo

    tpaolo Regular Member

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    Simply dont' use proxies, use a dinamic IP DSL, open no more than 1 account daily after restarting DSL connection and yes, use InPrivate IE session
    yesterday I entered in my fake accounts I created for test months ago and they are still up and running and with a lot of friendship request
     
  3. pratham7

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    Newbie inputs - clear cache memory or try using any VPN service like Hotspot Shield..
     
  4. snurper

    snurper Junior Member

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    Using my dynamic IP is not really an option for me unfortunately as I live with 3 other people who work from home and are on their respective computers for most of the day.

    You think proxies in general are the problem?
     
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  5. snurper

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    Surely the cache memory shouldn't be a problem since I uninstall Firefox before I make every account. And surely private proxies are much more reliable than a VPN?
     
  6. ha55er

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    Just get a virtual machine, and if your are done take the next one. It is simple and safe.
     
  7. snurper

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    Sorry, what is a virtual machine? Like a VPS you mean?

    And thanks, for all the replies everyone, much appreciated.
     
  8. kundi

    kundi Newbie

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    Nice to read I had the same problem.
     
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  9. snurper

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    Does anybody else have any suggestions?

    Thanks.
     
  10. alnayeem

    alnayeem Registered Member

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    may be you have a problem with your proxy man........ I use portable version of firefox. As I run on a Dynamic Ip it`s not problem
     
  11. Parlez

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    First thing, just uninstalling firefox doesn't necessarily means all the associated files are gone. All kinds of settings stay behind.


    Secondly, if changing proxies and clearing caches didn't help, uninstalling won't make any difference at all.




    There are loads of stuff big websites like facebook check, like useragents, browser and OS info, plugings used, screen resolution etc.


    At least use a plugin to spoof your useragent, chrome have some extensions that will even make your browser appear like a mobile device to them (somewhat).

    just google useragent plugins or smartphone emulators for your fav browser.
     
  12. Sam Woods

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    I don't think that creating 1 a day would pull up any flags in regards to useragents/browser etc. You haven't got the cookies of 20 accounts on your computer have you?
     
  13. friendbomber

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    Simple pony up the cash for phone/codes and import the accounts in our software. Seems like your wasting a lot of time doing all this manual work.
    Another key point that you should be doing is creating identical emails to your facebook sign up.
    So if its Jane Smith that you used on the hotmail account it should be - janesmith1234@hotmail.com
    Then sign up for facebook as Jane Smith with email - janesmith1234@hotmail.com
    Once you make more then 3-5 accounts on the same ip be ready for captcha blocked and phone blocked accounts.
    Probably should dump your current proxies and get a fresh list from the provider.
    I typically reset mine every month as long as I don't have accounts that need that specific IP.
     
  14. Elbert

    Elbert BANNED BANNED

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    Quick Question for you Friendbomber if i wanted to create and manage just 50 accounts what would the cost be, like if i can get 50 ip, and 50 phone and the cost of your software all included . guess what im asking is what is the start up costs?
     
  15. friendbomber

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    Depends on various things. Though after purchasing the software, just the monthly, the cost of proxies (10+proxies would be suggested), and phone codes. So probably probably about 120-130/mo.
     
  16. FLYqtFLY

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    Well, you are getting pretty good advices in here. As friendbomber suggested, you will eventually find yourself purchasing some Facebook bot in case you want to multitask efficiently.
    In this case, your choices are: FriendBomber, FaceDominator, Ocommunity (the only one that runs on mac)...
    You would have lot´s of fun with any of these.

    In any case, first you need to sort that accounts block problem you have. Don´t worry, it is normal to struggle on that til you get a perfect system. For me, everything changed when I began checking my proxies on ip-check.info. In my opinion, that is the best place to check for browser-IP leakage.
    You also have pretty good tutorials in the forum in order to set up the Firefox Profile Manager with multiple proxies.
     
  17. ftamburello4

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    1. You can use VMware software to make a virtual machine, and then you can make a new FB account
    2. Or You can use your Iphone or Android phone, install FB app, and then create FB account with that app, very simple.
     
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    Yeah....
     
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    the problem is the proxies, easy as that, they are indeed blacklisted, ip is the main reason why you get that problem, i don't use PVA and still i have aroung 900 live ones, the key is to change the ip, clear cookies and all saved information, that's it, dont have to use firefox, i use chrome and have no more problems than the usual ones
     
  20. Parlez

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    Only way to find out is by trying it. It takes 5 mins, cost nothing and nothing to lose. Don't forget facebook doesn't only rely on cookies, it keeps logs of everything, including browser fingerprints.