How to increase the trust rate of a Facebook account | Dont.Farm Blog
To make your account last longer, you need Facebook to trust you. The level of trust from the social network is called trust rate.
Briefly about checking your Facebook accounts
Facebook checks all accounts that are registered in the social network: both ordinary users and those who advertise.
The verification of accounts can go through two steps: using the algorithms of Facebook and manually by moderators.
Automatic checking is performed by Facebook bots. Not to be confused with bots, which are made by users and farmers.
Since the social network is constantly analyzing its users, it has already collected enough data to form a model of a real users behavior. Those who get out of this model and act differently attract attention and can be blocked.
To verify the user Facebook can ask for selfies or photos of users documents. Such an outcome is the nightmare of most farmers and traffic managers. A real user has no problem with making selfies or throwing a screen of a driver’s license in a single click, but the traffic managers often don’t have such an option. This means that you can say goodbye to your account and you need to start a new one.
The manual check comes if the account falls directly under a number of criteria that cause suspicion of the social network. This option is worse: if Facebook algorithms may miss some information or consider it as normal users behavior, a moderator may check everything thoroughly manually.
It turns out that the task of any farmer and traffic manager is to make sure that the account does not attract the attention of Facebook algorithms and doesn’t get a manual check. But there are two problems:
First problem. Even real users get blocked, even though they objectively did not post prohibited content, messages or ads.
The solution: if you use accs for advertising, you always need to have spare accounts in case one gets banned. If you don’t want to waste time on creating and warming them up, we can help with that: dont.farm provides ready-to-use accounts from any country and with many attached bonuses.
Second problem. If you are involved in affiliate marketing, your account will anyway be banned one day. It is inevitable, just a matter of time.
The solution is to delay this moment to the maximum. How? Read about it below.
How to increase Facebook account trust rate
The key thing to remember is: your actions on the network should imitate the behavior of a real Facebook user. A real user does not perceive his account as work: he does not use it everyday at the same time, does not add strictly 15 friends and 3 posts per day.
Facebook thinks that a real person uses the network as a tool for entertainment, news agenda and communication. Your task is to make the visibility of exactly this activity.
Below you’ll find a number of criteria to which Facebook pays attention.
Country of origin of the account. If you need an asian Facebook account, for example,
India, Philippines, Indonesia or Thailand, its trust rate will automatically be lower than Europe and North American countries. Alas, but it is true.
This is due to the fact that from these countries comes a large amount of affiliate marketing, a lot of fake accounts, and traffic managers don’t always pay their advertising debts after the account is banned.
This does not mean that you shouldn’t get accounts of asian countries, you just need to keep in mind that such accounts are initially less trusted.
Your device and connection data. The data of your account must be the same as the country that the account is from. This also includes your browser and device data, and their digital fingerprint.
An account will cause suspicion if the IP and location indicates Rome, the language is russian, and the account itself belongs to a chinese user.
If you need the account not only for one-time activities, be careful with the information about the device and its connection. Don’t be stingy on unique IPs and get unique fingerprints for each account.
In order not to get confused, you can place all the information about your accounts in excel: account data, country, payment card, from which device you enter this account, etc.
Account age. It’s obvious: the older is the account, the more trust rate it gets. An account that tries to create a BM and start advertising a couple of days after registration will cause suspicions.
It is better to use accounts older than 1 year, by the way dont.farm offers accounts older than 2 years.
Another option is to increase the “age” of the account by publishing posts. If the account is only a couple of weeks old, you can repost posts that were published in other communities 5-6 years ago.
Though the age of the account will not help you if there is no activity history or there haven’t been activities for too long. Facebook may suspect that the account has been hacked and will start checking it
Contact information. The best if you provide the account both with a phone number and e-mail. The mobile phone must be turned on and active.
For a higher trust rate, you can use two-factor authentication: an additional security feature where you have to enter a special code every time you enter the acc from a new device.
In addition, you can also link your Instagram account to the profile and login to different sites using Facebook account. For example, Airbnb, Change.org, etc. Again, the more Facebook knows about the user, the more trust he gets.
Friends. Facebook has restrictions adding friends: anything over 15 accounts per day will cause suspicion.
After registering a new account you do not need to start immediately adding the whole social network to your friend list. 10 people in one day, 5 in another, no one in the third, another 5 on the fourth, etc. In other words, no schedule for the number of requests.
In addition to the number of requests, the “quality” of your friend list is also important. Subscribing both to public people and to fake accounts will cause suspicions.
Advertising budget. Do not deposit at once a large amount of money on your BM account.
A large budget for a couple of thousand of dollars and aggressive promotion methods from the first days will attract Facebook attention, and thus increase the risk of blocking.
Start with small budgets and gradually increase it. Yes, it will take more time, but the risk of attracting Facebook attention will be lower.
Offers. Ideally, start with allowed advertising which are also called white offers. If you want to increase the trust rate of your account, first run a couple of campaigns with a small budget, which certainly will not get a ban from real Facebook users.
Type of payment card. Any payment card has an individual number that contains information about the country where the card was issued, the bank and payment system, the type of card, currency and a unique verification code.
Thus, the first 6 digits are the Bank Identification Number (BIN), which shows the payment system, the type of card and the bank that issued the card.
Facebook is more cautious about virtual and free anonymous cards. To increase the trust, it is better to use a real bank card, or better a card with Gold status.
It is also important to use different cards for different accounts. If you use one card for all accounts, then if one of the accounts gets a ban, other accs will attract attention and can also be checked.
Proof of identity. In case of verification, it is better to have several photos of the user and his documents.
If you don’t have real documents or don’t plan to show them, so called “drawers” will be able to make you documents. Facebook will not check the authenticity of documents, it cares about the very fact of their availability. This concerns both the personal data of the account and the data of the company from which BM will advertise. The trust will be much higher if BM has data of companies.
Name of the advertising campaign. No matter what kind of advertising you run, give it a normal name. Even if you are planning to advertise dietary supplements or gambling, don’t name it “12345” or “Casino 777”.
What to do if Facebook started the check?
As we wrote above, any user can still be checked. You may have accidentally accessed the account from a new device or used a card of a bank whose BIN on Facebook is among the suspicious ones, or simply you were unlucky enough to get to a random check — that’s not the point.
Don’t try to delete all the campaigns: if the check is already in progress, the moderator will immediately see it. Real photos and documents may help to solve the problem — depends on what the social network asks for. The main thing is to give all the needed information as soon as possible.
Usually the check takes 72 hours, but in some cases it can take weeks.
If the account gets banned, but there is no time to register a new one and warm it up, we can help with that. After payment, dont.farm provides you with ready to work accounts with such bonuses as antidetect browser and residential proxy of the accs country.