Open your accounts from time to time on your local ip address and invest and buy local sim cards and do the pv using your local sim cards on your Local ip then you will stop having this issue. 1 sim car can be used 2 times per week to received the verification code.
You need a new batch of physical sim cards each 3-4 months, if you use the same ones for a long time they will get flagged eventually and give this 24h, plus when doing the pv, you must do it on the local ip same geo location as the sim card and not when the account is on another ip/proxy, that’s how it works for me.
So far yes, i have almost a100% success doing pv especially since i started investing and buying a batch of local sim cards, and rarely i lose accounts like maybe 1 or 2 each 3 months, i’m not using the scrapers for growth purpose, i use them for scraping emails and data, and i have a couple hundreds of 3 years old ev handmade accounts, i make them rest after doing a scraping job, so they are no working everyday, maybe once a week depending on my schdule and orders, but each time the scraping start, i get “change your password” or “change password + pv” or “captcha + pv” and lately i’ve been getting a lot of captcha more than usual, but the pvs are going well with the local up and sim cards.
Those PV killing me, one of my accounts had this 3 times in like 5 days, I’m manual only, just reposting. I got the account back every time after I appealed after the ban, but now when I appeal they won’t even send me a mail back… 90k acc…
Yeah I think that strategy works because the accounts are created on the same country as they are grown on. So better trust level.
I create mine on NZ sims and NZ proxies but then put on different country proxies as its cheaper. I try bring back to NZ proxy for captcha and it always gets disabled. Phone verifications are allgood, captcha isnt.
One rather simple workaround for this issue would be to set up the accounts using real mobile devices, with real sim cards (just in case if anything goes wrong), 4G proxies and setting up remote access to these accounts in case if you or anyone else have to access it from a different location. IP changes for accounts are classified to social media platforms as a severe form of violation, which they see as a potential hacking opportunity, triggering locks. The algorithms are just getting more strict by the day so better be careful.