When there is a need to buy a Facebook account for advertising, you can find numerous stores in catalogs or Google search with a huge number of accounts and their characteristics. But not everything that glitters is gold. Today, let's talk about account trust during registration.
Trust of Facebook accounts
Experienced arbitrageurs usually know that trust is an important aspect of any account's life, and the trustworthiness determines whether there will be issues during the actual launch of advertising or even before it.
Let's consider a simple example: You purchased a Facebook account with a good price and positive reviews in the shop. You start working with the account, and a common situation arises – the account gets flagged for a checkpoint. What should you do? The seller claims to have sold you a high-quality Facebook account, and they imply that you must have done something wrong. Or another scenario, the account gets flagged for a checkpoint in the initial farming attempts. Why does this happen? It primarily depends on the account's trust, and then you can start looking into the tools and methods you are using.
What affects the trust of a Facebook account?
First and foremost, the method used to register the account influences its trust. Not everyone is aware that Facebook account sellers register and sell accounts using two methods: browser registration and registration through mobile emulators. Rarely do sellers use real devices for account registration.
In the case of browser registration, out of 100% of the accounts, usually only 40% survive, and even after 3-7 days of farming, there is a risk of the account being flagged for a selfie or checkpoint.
The situation is almost the same with mobile emulators. Mobile emulators were created for mobile app debugging purposes, such as for developers adapting their apps, and mass registration in a single application was not the intended use. Moreover, emulators cannot simulate all mobile parameters, and social networks nowadays can detect whether an emulator, a web browser, or a real device is being used.
How to determine the method of registration for a Facebook account?
Let's visually examine our account. To check whether a Facebook account was registered through the app, we need to go to the account settings. Then navigate to the password and security section, and further to the account login section (the section names may vary depending on the account's language). You can see this visually in our video - LINK.
As we can see, we have 2 logins: the first one is from an Asus ZenFone 5, and the last one is from a Windows PC. The first login should be made from the mobile app. The device name can be either the actual name or an abbreviation of characters and numbers, which indicates the device's factory number, to put it simply.
Based on our experience with accounts that were registered through the mobile app on real devices, we can confidently say that there have been no checkpoints or selfie flags. Moreover, we have conducted tests with accounts that have been inactive for 3-6 months after registration, and they have not been flagged, which proves that trust is directly related to the method of registering your Facebook account.