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Why you SHOULDNT buy PVAs + How to make an account last longer

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by tempguy123, May 26, 2012.

  1. tempguy123

    tempguy123 Regular Member

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    Firstly, for those of you who don't know PVA stands for Phone Verified Account.

    I can't be bothered to explain all I know regarding why people shouldn't buy PVAs because im sure most of you would understand some of the benefits but not all the disadvantages.

    PVAs more or less act like NON-PVAs, if you log into a non pva from russia and then 2 seconds later log in from somewhere like Mars , YouTube are going to ask for phone verification before you proceed (tis why proxies for every action isn't good, unless they are all related to the same area). However if an account is already PVA, YouTube have the right to ask you AGAIN, which they will then match up with the phone number you 1st added. Remember, the phone verification is used as a security measurement for account hijacking.

    So what im saying is, PVAs and NON-PVAs aren't that different, they don't last longer (depending on how you use the accounts of course).

    How do you make an account last longer then?
    Make a channel, upload a video (could be 2 seconds) and give yourself 1 subscriber. You are deemed in YouTube's eye as less of a spammer and more of a valid member. THIS will make your account last a lot longer than a PVA (depending on how you use it).

    If you do not believe me, take the time to try it yourself with an API bot (enhanceviews api bot is an example). If you used their API bot, your account would be banned. However, if you have uploaded a video and have 1 subscriber, you wouldn't be banned whilst using the API system.

    Why are you telling us this?
    Because I'm sick of seeing people make a living of like $30 for PVAs when the next week their customers feel scammed because their accounts are still banned.
     
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  2. ClickJacker

    ClickJacker Registered Member

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    A fellow EV member here :)
     
  3. yy9ui

    yy9ui BANNED BANNED

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    great thread!
     
  4. own007

    own007 Regular Member

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    This is true! PVA won't make your account stay longer especially if the phones are from India or pinger and the channel is UK etc... YouTube are too smart for this shit
     
  5. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    That's why I use private proxies and make the accounts manually. It may be expensive at first but it pays off.
     
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  6. tempguy123

    tempguy123 Regular Member

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    It is even worse if you buy PVAs that are created in something like Russia and you are accessing from UK. Because it will ask you again to put in your phone number for verification and if it doesnt match your original phone number, you can no longer use the account.
     
  7. sviedinys

    sviedinys Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yes, it doesnt matter if its PVA or not with longetivity. I dont understand from where people picked this. Its just marketing trick. :)
     
  8. spiritmolecule

    spiritmolecule Registered Member

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    How do yuo make non-pva accounts now? It seems as though youtube always requires you to verify a # before it lets you create an account.
     
  9. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    Since its combined google account i wonder if subscribing to some newsletter or such with your gmail would help too.