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Why does your Facebook account faces ID verification while some other accounts don't

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Jeffersontalks, Sep 29, 2016.

  1. Jeffersontalks

    Jeffersontalks Regular Member

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    Ever wonder why even when you change to a high-quality proxy and fresh new browser (cc clean) and everything else seems to fail. And Facebook always seem to be able to identify you using a fake account?

    The issue lies with people reporting your profile.When someone reports your profile, Facebook will manually review all your account activities to decide if you are a spammer or fake person. Below is the reply that the person who reports your profile will receive. So next time, when you do group posting, be careful as the person seeing your post could easily report your account and Facebook will proceed to ask you for ID verification.

    Our reply
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    Thanks for your report - you did the right thing by letting us know about this. After reviewing the profile you reported, we've decided to follow up with the account owner directly. When we think a profile may be fake or pretending to be someone else, we ask them to confirm their identity. If we see something on a profile that goes against the FacebookCommunity Standards, we remove it.
    We appreciate your help in keeping Facebook safe and welcoming for everyone.
     
  2. DrPorn

    DrPorn Junior Member

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    An odd theory because I have over 1000. I've lost about 30 to date. I don't use proxies. I also don't believe Facebook manually review. They must get thousands of reports per hour, I can't imagine them having enough staff to deal with that.
     
  3. Jeffersontalks

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    Unfortunately this happens to be the case. You can try to report any fake profile that you see and you will see a reply from Facebook directly with a statement same as above. And you can check that particular account that you reported. More often than not you will not see new posting from that account that you have reported as that account would be locked and pending verification. I think such reporting affect those who are doing group spamming. Since people can see your profile outright and reports directly. I am not sure how are you using your account but if you are not spamming then most likely you don't have an issue with people reporting.
     
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  4. DrPorn

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    I do spam. I've never really had an issue with being reported though. I spam indirectly and try not to appear spammy. Facebook are always trying to level up on the spammers. We'll always remain ahead some way or another :) Where there's $$$ to be made nothing is impossible.
     
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  5. Jeffersontalks

    Jeffersontalks Regular Member

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    Yes then you are the smart ones. We have many marketers here who simply spam and then post a thread asking why is my facebook asking for ID verification? You get what i mean? :)
     
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    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    That is great for the guys that put a little extra effort into the process as it eliminates clutter on the groups.

    Complete profiles, posting on your timeline, liking, commenting and posting in groups some value = real money.
     
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    Exactly. We have too many marketers who are spamming without using their creativity. For sure Facebook group posting works but when fallen into the wrong hand, the results could be dramatically different.
     
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    whats best way to spam in facebook then?