Thoughts of a sms verification service

Would you use a service like this?

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mihai.hotca

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Hi guys, I have a few questions about sms services. Would anyone be willing to pay like 1$ / sms for creating gmail, yt, instagram etc etc accounts? I know there are services that offer sms activations for cheaper money but they often are overused and also because of being overused they are banned or can't be used to activate or create services on different platforms. So for example someone wants a new gmail account, I know there are a lot for sale but providing that person with a phone number he can create it and use it as he pleases. Buying created account is a bit risky because you don't know how they were made and what history it had. Also for the specific person that created a gmail account, he would have an option that anytime he wants to recieve another code for that specific service (gmail asking to verify if he logs in from another source) for a small fee. So basicaly the person does not have a phisycal sim card but it's like having the one that you created the account with when you need it. Any thoughts?
 
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Hi guys, I have a few questions about sms services. Would anyone be willing to pay like 1$ / sms for creating gmail, yt, instagram etc etc accounts? I know there are services that offer sms activations for cheaper money but they often are overused and also because of being overused they are banned or can't be used to activate or create services on different platforms. So for example someone wants a new gmail account, I know there are a lot for sale but providing that person with a phone number so he can create it and use it as he pleased. Buying created account is a bit risky because you don't know how they were made and what history it had. Also for the specific person that created a gmail account, he would have an option that anytime he wants to recieve another code for that specific service (gmail asking to verify if he logs in from another source) for a small fee. so basicaly the person does not have a phisycal sim card but it's like having the one that you created the account with when you need it. Any thoughts?

I think this is a great idea. I'm stuck trying to verify a FB account and I don't want one that someone else created because I don't know the history.
 
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