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Your favorite proxy provider for Facebook?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by frybread, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. frybread

    frybread Registered Member

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    I've been buying PVA and non-pva accounts from all different suppliers, and have been running into roadblocks & re-verification blocks.

    I've used proxies from anonymous-proxies and proxyblaze with mixed results. Where do you get your proxies for facebook?

    Also, how many accounts do you use per proxy? I've noticed that 10 will lead to a ban, but 5 works pretty well. However, sometimes just 3 will get banned! It's very confusing.

    Thanks for any help
     
  2. Essence19

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    anonymous-proxies.net is a very good provider with good prices. I have been using them for 1 year. i would say one proxy for 5 fb accnts would be sufficient.
     
  3. frybread

    frybread Registered Member

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    Has anyone tried using RDSL for facebook?
     
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    Kethy Elite Member

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    There are many factors affect your accounts, proxy is a important factor but not the only one. 1-5 with a proxy may safe for the accounts.
     
  6. Parlez

    Parlez Regular Member

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    The problem is, not all proxies are fit for facebook. And generally, people only test with standard proxy testers against sites like google.com or yahoo.com.

    So even if a proxy is live n working, doesn't mean it's ok or safe for facebook.

    I released a free facebook scraper. And it has a built-in proxy checker. It's especially built for working with facebook only. Try checking your proxies with the proxy checker before using them.

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo-tools/411956-get-facebook-sniper-lite-free-facebook-scraper.html

    It's very strict, if it says the proxy is not ok, don't use it for fb, even if other programs says its ok.

    Btw, I've had no issue using lists of free proxies available online. When using list of free proxies, i'd say i get 10-15 tested ok out of 100, depending on how fresh they are. But never get any probs with the working ones.
     
  7. frybread

    frybread Registered Member

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    wow, very nice! Thank you Parlez.

    Has anyone tried myprivateproxy with facebook?
     
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    keytenx Supreme Member

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    I use HMA but it seems it dont quite fit well with FB. :(
     
  9. esterm2010

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    Private proxies is your best option.
    I migrate 1000 accounts to 50 private proxies. They're fine with those now