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What is this all fuss about PVA accounts?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by transitarea, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. transitarea

    transitarea Senior Member

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    People keep telling me to buy PVA accounts. What do you do when FB ask for re-verification when you don't have the SIM card?
    PVA accounts are risky.
     
  2. Paranoid Android

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    They don't ask you to verify your number again, they just ask you to identify your friends, which you won't be able to cos they aren't your real friends. But the good thing about PVA accounts is that this doesn't happen too often so you get to exploit the account as much as you can for an extra few weeks maybe.
     
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  3. transitarea

    transitarea Senior Member

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    Really ?
    They never ask for re--verification ?
     
  4. spider4567

    spider4567 Regular Member

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    I have seen some do ask for re-verification via phone numbers
     
  5. Paranoid Android

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    to my knowledge they never ask for reverification, then again if they do, you could verify with a different number and tell them your number has changed. They can't expect you to hold on to the same number for the rest of your life just because you verified your fb account with it. Even banks ask you if you have changed your number ever so often.
     
  6. islandman1010

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    You can't ask them to change your number. It will keep asking for the one that was used to verify the account and they do expect you to keep it. The way to do it is to remove the PVA number when you buy the accounts and looks to get your own sims which can be used as they will at some time ask for re-verification. I think some people do it with online services but again you need to delete the numbers if you dont have real sims. Cheap sims are on Ebay
     
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    why buy pva accounts if you're going to need your own numbers... why not make your own pvas?
     
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    Also if you're just switching SIMs on the same phone they know it's you cuz the phone ID is unique.
     
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    and if you use some service like twilio they know that too
     
  10. islandman1010

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    Aged PVA's and then removing the number are much stronger and last longer than new PVA's even with my own sims. They take much less time to warm up to be ready for posting. New PVA's get banned a lot faster.
     
  11. transitarea

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    They are suspicious about almost all new accounts. I get 80% of new accounts suspended asking for the most difficult part of verification which is sending them an ID.