Why do people buy Telegram/WhatsApp accounts and the like?

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Hello hello hello,
still in the naive question department: why buy Telegram and other accounts?

Buying Twitter accounts en masse (Instagram, Facebook, etc.) I totally understand the idea.

But what's the point of Telegram? The same goes for Discord.

Because these accounts are — I assume — inactive, so it doesn't create a “useful” community.

I should point out that I'm not on Telegram, so I must be missing a bit of information to understand why.

Thanks for your insights.
 
From my experience an aged account in Telegram basically helps you survive more reports. I'm in the adult niche and we often make accounts, let them sit and agree for weeks before we make a group with them.

I'm assuming that's the same method of thinking for other guys. Btw - figuring out telegrams forever changing parameters is head ache
 
From my experience an aged account in Telegram basically helps you survive more reports. I'm in the adult niche and we often make accounts, let them sit and agree for weeks before we make a group with them.

I'm assuming that's the same method of thinking for other guys. Btw - figuring out telegrams forever changing parameters is head ache
So, if tomorrow, I create a Telegram chan. I buy 100 accounts, which I let marinate in a corner. I develop my channel, but I get 20 reports. Will the moderators let it go because they see that my number of reports is far lower than my number of subscribers? Is that the idea, or have I really misunderstood? I'm just giving you random numbers.
 
So, if tomorrow, I create a Telegram chan. I buy 100 accounts, which I let marinate in a corner. I develop my channel, but I get 20 reports. Will the moderators let it go because they see that my number of reports is far lower than my number of subscribers? Is that the idea, or have I really misunderstood? I'm just giving you random numbers.
So really I can only reply from personal experience of making about 3 groups daily for the last 6 months.

Telegram is on the hunt for bots and betting which is fooling people from the legitimate sites onto the illegitimate. So generally speaking the longer an account has aged, the less likely it is to be a bot account. If you make an account today and start a group it will nuked 10x faster than if you created that same group but used an account 2 weeks old even.

Also just creating the account and putting it on the shelf doesn't work, they want to see real human interaction from that account.
 
So really I can only reply from personal experience of making about 3 groups daily for the last 6 months.

Telegram is on the hunt for bots and betting which is fooling people from the legitimate sites onto the illegitimate. So generally speaking the longer an account has aged, the less likely it is to be a bot account. If you make an account today and start a group it will nuked 10x faster than if you created that same group but used an account 2 weeks old even.

Also just creating the account and putting it on the shelf doesn't work, they want to see real human interaction from that account.
I think I'm seeing things a little more clearly, thank you.
I imagine there are tools that allow you to administer several Telegram accounts at the same time, to give the appearance of a legitimate account?
 
I think I'm seeing things a little more clearly, thank you.
I imagine there are tools that allow you to administer several Telegram accounts at the same time, to give the appearance of a legitimate account?
I have no idea but I would imagine there are. I've got just over 30 accounts cooking now so I can imagine there's a market. But selling on Telegram is so over hyped, now it's just known for scams. Would have to have something that very few could offer to see any reasonable profits in my opinion
 
Most of the people purchase aged accounts because they have already built trust and credibility with the platforms. Furthermore, aged accounts have fewer limitations on their actions such as posting, commenting messaging than new accounts.
 
I have no idea but I would imagine there are. I've got just over 30 accounts cooking now so I can imagine there's a market. But selling on Telegram is so over hyped, now it's just known for scams. Would have to have something that very few could offer to see any reasonable profits in my opinion
Indeed, I'm interested in the reasons why, because someone at a Space on X was talking about a Telegram chan where 30% of accounts were bought or were bots. And I didn't understand the point. The other explanation is that I see quite a few Telegram chans propagating misinformation, and a lot of the audiences for these chans are fake: fake accounts, bought accounts, and so on. My question is: does having a Telegram chan, with 50% fake accounts, somehow help the propaganda mechanism?
Most of the people purchase aged accounts because they have already built trust and credibility with the platforms. Furthermore, aged accounts have fewer limitations on their actions such as posting, commenting messaging than new accounts.
So it helps to get past Telegram's moderation filter, roughly speaking?
 
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