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why PVA accounts asking for captca?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by xhytah, May 21, 2010.

  1. xhytah

    xhytah Newbie

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    I have 50 PVA accounts and 10 proxies. I use 1 proxy for 5 accounts. When I am using **********, facebook it asks for captca. What is wrong?
     
  2. sawangan

    sawangan Regular Member

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    do you set delay between action? if you do your thing too fast it will alert facebook system and captcha is there again :)
    i suggest you to set 30-50 seconds delay between action
    or maybe
    your account is not pva..
     
  3. abdoue2004

    abdoue2004 Junior Member

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    strong point login to few acct randomly and add friends and see
     
  4. SpiderWebMaster

    SpiderWebMaster Power Member

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    well, i have the same problem, after let's say 10 friend requests sent it asks for a security check, and yes, they are PVA's, and i'm only using one proxy per account, also the delay is set between 60-600 seconds most of times the delay is above 350 seconds, so that's not the problem.
    I suspect the real problem is the number of pending friend requests, because in the beggining i managed to add 100 with no security check and now it's always the same thing, even if i wait 2 days before sending more requests.
     
  5. Kethy

    Kethy Elite Member

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    sometimes, if you want to send friend requests with messages including a url, facebook would ask for captchas though they are pvas.

    Sincerely,

    Jack in Lively Facebook 24*7 Support Team
     
  6. SpiderWebMaster

    SpiderWebMaster Power Member

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    well, this happens to me even when I send no message, and I never sent a link in any message when sending a friend request.

    and i'm using your software and PVA's which i bought from you also.

    I should add that all I did with the accounts so far was send an invite for a fanpage and friend adding, no wall postings whatsoever promoting any kind of links
     
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  7. cybiao

    cybiao Regular Member

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    Kethy is right,do u use the accounts for wallposting including your url?
     
  8. shravandude

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    hey there is new problem now... I have made a PVA account. It was working fine for 3 to 4 days. I used my friends no to get verified. After 3 days it was again asking to phone verify. It was telling we are making use of double recheck these days because to keep the spammers away.
     
  9. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    PVA accounts do not guarantee you will not be prompted for captcha. If you are posting/sending a link, you will get captcha no matter what. I am assuming if you are sending a certain number of friend requests and have a certain number of friend requests pending, you will get captcha as well. Bottom line, PVA accounts do not completely solve the captcha issue.
     
  10. Kethy

    Kethy Elite Member

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    Good point! The proxy is another reason, if your proxies are not so good that sometimes facebook would ask you to input captchas. IMHO

    Sincerely,

    Jack in Lively Facebook 24*7 Support Team
     
  11. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    Yes, proxies can definitely factor in the equation.