Jul 9, 2012

Facebook Multiple Account Warnings

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UPDATE: According to this article, a Facebook representative states that they are not taking action at this time but are working on improving their flagging system.

It appears many players are getting the following warning message when they log into Facebook. Most Mafia Wars players have more than one account and this is kind of scary. I’m not sure what ignoring the message does but there is a risk that you could lose all of your accounts. I would think twice before spending any money on an alternate account and hopefully Zynga will put a system in place to retrieve your main Mafia Wars account in the event that it is shut down.
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I checked out this Facebook Question Page and it seems that people living in households where more than one family member uses the same computer are also getting this message. I doubt that Facebook would want to remove legitimate and real users. Hopefully they will do something to correct the issue or Mafia Wars may lose even more players! Of the 380,000 reported daily users, I’m almost 100% sure that 30-40% of these are alternate accounts. How low will Zynga allow these numbers to get before they shut down further development? Facebook isn’t helping the issue.
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Thanks to Andy Dubko and Mira Stoimenova for posting their warnings on our fan page. I will update you if I can find more information.



90 comments:

  1. I am afraid I have to call BS on this message and this is why... When you have a FB account it is tied to an E-mail address. From what I know, only one account per E-mail address can exist. Therefore making this message irrelevant cause they can't go through everybody IP by IP. That's ridiculous.

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    1. They already track IP and Geolocation use on a per-account basis. That is the backbone behind the confirmation/verification screen you get if you attempt to log in from an unrecognized location. I've had to do it multiple times while logging in from different places around the world when traveling.

      ~Karmakula

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  2. If you have Multiple Personality Disorder are you allowed one account for each? Would denying that be a form of discrimination against the mental health sector?

    Not that having just one account makes it any more likely that your entire account isn't a bunch of fakery and lies with no similarity to who you really are...

    Just like most organizations/companies facebook has a completely naive view that who somebody is has any relation at all the arbitrary name they were given, the email addresses they use, and so on.

    ~Karmakula

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    1. i think this is really funny, so do the other 5 of me lol

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    2. too funny , so says the other 5 of me too

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    3. HILARIOUS!!! And my thoughts exactly... all 20 of my personalities agree!!! We also ALL feel discriminated against... oh look med cart is here gotta go.

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  3. facebook warn us about spam etc lol.. this another one of THEIR spam msgs.. like the other warning about your computer being infected with malware.. they dont know what is on my computer at all .. they have no access to it .. all they can do is go by i.p addresses, and as you stated that could be a household with multiple users using same comp ..nothing they can do .. but if people feel unsure about it..they can always play on FB/zynga using a PROXY i.p

    it just FB scaremongering again in my opinion

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  4. Same IP address, multiple names....Sure it can be. I have 5 people in my house and we all use the same computer. 4 of them would really be pissed if Facebook deleted their accounts. I call BS too.

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  5. I really don't give a fuck anymore. Fuck FB and Zynga. Please, remove my access to the 3 extra accounts. I don't use them anyway except for the limited time properties. Please, FB, cut me off and convince me that this game is not worth my time or clicks. Promise? It's one of the main attractions for FB.

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    1. WAY TO GO MAN.. THEY TOOK MY HUSBAND"S ACCOUNT TODAY FB IS IN CONTROLL OF OUR GAME NOT ZYGNA.

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  6. I ceased playing this weekend..... this isnt the game i first played so decided that enough is enough timed events and limited choices gave me one choice bye Zynga!!!!!!!

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    1. But this has nothing to do with the post now does it. there's an official mafia wars blog for these kinds of comments you know.

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  7. What happens to all the people who log in from work? This is bullshit and FB really haven't thought this through.

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    1. Hey...What bout the public library....i guess peeps will actually read books again...hehe

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  8. If I had to give up my gaming account I would no longer play any games. I have one account that I use for facebook and friends and another to play games. These games require that you have hundreds of "friends" and I am very sorry but I just don't want to mix the two. If I have to choose, the games go. I also have an account that I use to "test" facebook privacy. Every time FB makes a change, I use this account to make sure I am locked up as tight as possible (believe me I do understand there there is no real privacy on FB but I like to try as hard as I can).

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    1. That's me one gaming account and a personal...don't like mixing the two

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  9. I stopped playing my alt accounts at least 9 months agao and stopped playing mafia wars altogether 4 months ago. I still log on my alt account for other things and did not get any warning. This may be Zynga getting facebook to stop multi account players. Just ZYNGA shooting themselves in the foot yet again IMHO

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    1. i have to disagree with ya. i suspect it has something to do with stockholders...and / or stakeholders wanting a legitimate target audience...mult acct is just misrepresenting the numbers. i think everyone and anyone that uses facebook has created at least one other acct...just b/c they can

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    2. Wondering, if you stopped playing mw months ago, why bother checking lootlady..lmfao

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  10. A few years back FB tried this and backed off because of the legal ramifications brought on by company employees sharing the same IP address.

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  11. Can you imagine what would happen to the DAU if we all shut down our minis?

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    1. ha ha yeah they'd be screwed i know at least 100 people with at least 3 each..many with far more..without them,makes things hard for the main accounts,i have mini accs that are all as strong or better in other ways then my main account,so i'd be pretty pissed,pissed enough to not come back to fb i have plenty of other options,like not wasting time online anymore :)

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    2. hmmmm, my main acct is registered w/ my phone. I dont get these msg w/ main acct; however, i do see the msg w/ my 2 minis.

      my wife gets the msg as well.

      I may have to take a page from one of my friends. Rename my acct to reflect me and the wife...nah....guess we will go shopping for another cell phone to keep her acct active.

      Time to cut off the house phone...apparently can NOT use that to verify a person's acct if it does not receive text msg and the option to call does not work. Whatever!

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  12. i know for a fact this can happen as i had my old facebook account shut down for this. worse thing is i had been playing MW from pretty much the start an lost loads that i cant get back :(

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    1. Same here...lost an account that in so many ways was superior to the one I have now...still, can't help but feel that this is a 'scare tactic' and if Zynga and FB both want to see their numbers fall through the floor, I'd say...go ahead and shut down arbitrarily.

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  13. i play mw since the start the only game i play and if anyway my acc is disabled they will make me a big favor gone stop useing fb and ill be back to the real games for my free time huh

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  14. i think the game went to the dogs a long time ago after well over 3 years playing this with nothing but constant errors in it and then the begging side constantly not like 1 a month maybe but everyday then when it is over another starts or even 3 at the same time i used to love this game but i hate it now and even worse i just cannot get myself off it kinda hope zynga or facebook shut me down in a way .......................

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    1. Not just that but they keep moving the goalpost for getting the big weapons[200-200]. When they changed to VIP. I was within 2 levels to qualify for the harbinger, now I have to wait 13 months till I can get one. I think not!!!

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  15. Personally I think this is facebook covering their ass. You advertise x amount of users to investors, you best be able to prove it

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  16. who logs out? i can't remember the last time i logged out, let alone played the game framed. i would fall over from shock if i see this message.

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    1. I didn't log out...the system logged me out of ALL of my accounts...then got message for all of them. I clicked "later" on all of them, and it is business as usual now.

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  17. Every computer in a household going out thru a router will ALWAYS have the same IP address to the outside world. It appears the first account logging in for the day doesn't get this message and the rest do. More BS spam from Facebook as they have no way of knowing whether these are real accounts or not. Sorry, tracking by IP is no way of determining anything!

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    1. It logged me out on my phone too, and only gives me option of delete this account, so no facebook on phone for me

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  18. FB has been doing this for about 2 months now.It not only affects the players of MW,also other Z games in which people have many accounts.2 months ago FB were taking multi-accts from people who play Yoville,I have also noticed friends from FV have been putting up messages this acct does not play games anymore(mini acct to help as we use in mw,gifts,parts )after reading these posts(i only play mw)wondered how long it would be until FB would start hitting all of Z games w/multi-accts.As far as Z being behind this my question would be WHY?More accts means more revenue.Nope it's an FB thing my opinion

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    1. you yourself said only folks playing ZYNGA games get this. I have alt accounts that log on almost daily but I no longer play ZYNGA games and get no message about alt accounts. I really think ZYNGA is driving this

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  19. I suspect that one key factor is using the same browser for multiple accounts. There are probably cookies that don't get reset when you log out of your account, so they can easily see that you are not only using the same IP address, but also the same browser. It's best to use a different profile for each account (if your browser supports that), which keeps all cookies and settings separate, and also allows you to have both the alternate and main accounts open at the same time. You can also use private mode (a.k.a. porn mode) for an alternate account.

    What Facebook really wants is to have each account linked to a unique mobile phone, verified with a text message, but there are still lots of people who don't have one, and many more that don't want Facebook to be associated with it.

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    1. NOPE, that can't be it...I have a separate browser for each member of my "family"...I have even gone so far as to only open one browser at a time...still get message. However, after you click "later" a couple of times, the messagegoes away

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  20. We have 4 computers and 6 account between 2 people,let um figure that one out.

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  21. FB needs to make major changes to privacy settings if they expect folks to give up their gaming accounts. Too many people have their privacy set up allowing posts to been seen globally or by "friends of friends" which means if I "like" or comment on a post, my like or comment could be seen by my friends along with the poster's friends. I do not like that I cannot control this so I could never play games from my "real" account - how would it look if every time I clicked like when I give someone property parts it showed up on my friend's news feeds as well.

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  22. It's always the MW players that are getting accounts stripped... what about all those sleezy fake half dressed trolling accounts begging for subscribers.... ijs.... i'm pretty sure mw players aren't making the fB community "unsafe" we are just playing a game--

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  23. What Happened to Zyngya live ..Now this Has Become a needy For all those who play;s Mafia wars in Facebook....

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  24. How do we inform them of multiple users using the same home IP address so they dont shut us down?

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  25. use 1 browser per each account for 1 comp, is it enough ?

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  26. Five of us live in the same house, behind the same router. Two of my neighbors also use my internet connection (with my permission) via wireless, for a total of five computers and seven users all behind the same IP as far as Facebook can see. Of course, Facebook also identifies my router's IP as being in another city about 90 miles from here, so their "geolocation" is pretty pitiful in fact.

    Wonder what Facebook's advertisers will think when they find out how many of Facebook's users that their fees are based on are bogus "gaming" accounts ... especially after they're shut down?

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  27. "hopefully Zynga will put a system in place to retrieve your main Mafia Wars account in the event that it is shut down."
    I think this comment is even more sad than it is hilarious. NO WAY is z*nga ever going to stand up to FB or compensate for any of the horrible crap FB does to MW users.
    Nor will z*nga ever have the guts to leave FB, unless another network throws an astoundingly sweet deal in their lap, in which case, z*nga will probably still puss out like they always have.

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  28. this is really nasty, we are 5 in house, all we use same computer

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  29. If this is true, the question now is what do we do about it?

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  30. Goes to show you how naive and short-sighted Zuckerberg and Pincus really are. Young and smart, but no practical knowledge. I hope they realize that not every household has a 1:1 person to PC/laptop/notebook/smartphone ratio. It is in fact a luxury in some countries to even have a PC/smartphone, much more internet access. Consequently, they cannot realistically enforce their policy against multiple accounts, without hurting poor people. Shame on both Zynga and FB for enforcing a very arbitrary and discriminatory policy!

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  31. They are just trying to alleviate the load on their servers. This sort of scare tactics coupled by one or two "make an example of" will suffice in thousands dumping their second, third, 4-12 accounts.

    Facebook must have had a shareholder meeting......... LOL

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    1. I know of at least one person who succumbed to the scare tactic...she only has one avenue to stay in contact with her niece and nephew, and that is via Facebook..she couldn't risk losing that, so she deleted when asked to do so... very sad

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  32. Does it really matter?
    Facebook and Zynga are both just a phenomena much like the hoola hoop.
    Fads come and go....
    Onward and upword!!

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    1. What are you on about? I still hoola-hoop on a daily basis!

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  33. http://www.technolog.msnbc.msn.com/technology/technolog/facebook-scam-threatens-delete-your-account-118870

    This is a SCAM !

    No one is getting their account deleted.

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    1. That's different, guy. Compare the popup in your article to the one at the top of this page. The one in the article asks you to submit your account information. The one above here says "click here to remove this account, or we'll remove them all." Completely different.

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    2. Yep, this is entirely something different. The warning message shown in this post comes directly from Facebook, not a fake email or inbox message from a third party.

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    3. That isn't the same thing as these warnings...those are emails...these are actually from FB and only have two options: Delete this account or Later

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  34. This is stupid.. what if people from the same family access the internet from the same computer??

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  35. i think its time for zynga to move this game away from fb!!!

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    1. Agree. I don't know what's is Zynga. I don't play, but I have different accounts for Institution, and centers, i'm suffering all this things becouse some game? Hilarius!!!

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  36. well in my city in the papers iver read that facebook would love for zynga to "f" off. thats why zynga payed billions of dollars so we could enjoy the game.. this may just be another way for mark to get more monry from zynga ??? cant say 100% but its a facebook zynga war and that i do know
    TY Cormick

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  37. Its actualy really easy to track IP addresses and compRe to multie accounts. Not only can they track IP they can tell what PC u r on thru your Mac id. All computers have a Mac id # and they can even tell what OS u run and what browser u r using.

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  38. For NOW! we seem to be safe.
    Whatever it means for the future.... it is right now a test or something

    http://facecrooks.com/Internet-Safety-Privacy/warning-our-systems-detected-you-have-multiple-accounts-nothing-to-worry-about-yet.html

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  39. Oh it's real alright. 2 years ago, FB decided my account was a fake because I used a nickname instead of my given first name. Since I couldn't fax a valid ID (like a driver's license) with my screen name on it to them, they disabled my account. 2 years of games down the tubes. I created a new account under my birth name and so far so good. They did block me last month from posting until I provided a cell phone #.
    When I lost my original account, I appealed to Mafia Wars but they ignored me. I was pretty ticked off to start from scratch. I no longer play any other Zynga games but wouldn't be happy to lose my account again.

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  40. OK 4 computers, 5 people who use them 4 of those have FB accounts all play similar if not the same games through this, all these connect through 1 router therefore the same ip address will show. Those mentioned can access more than one of these computers at anytime, so listen FB unless we are required to log on by use of fingerprint technology just bog off and stop playing the hypocritical a..h... each of us chooses the games we play we may help each other out but unfortunately for you thats family for you.. Stop acting like some petty child and grow up, might i remind FB of the number of times they have forced us to play games we otherwise would have no interest in but need to play in order to collect bunuses for the games we do enjoy... how are your investors or business partners going to feel when they realise that rather than encourage members you prefer chasing them away and threatening to close accounts used by families only due to your very limited intellect, in other words you cant work ouyt that in some families more than one uses the same computer..............,.

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  41. ive had facebook demand phone numbers from me in order to log on. so far ive been ok with that. but sooner or later they ask for my sons. he is 10, is german, and lives in germany. tell a german that he HAS to provide a phone number and it is a crime. google has tried to go up against german privacy laws and lost. so has yahoo. most germans have t-dsl which randomly rotates ip addresses. start cutting them off and its a crime too. facebook is going to get the hammer if they arent careful!

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    1. Thought you had to be 13 to have a Facebook account?

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  42. I'm really certain but maybe its the the logging in of different accounts using same IP address and different browsers. For instance, main on chrome, mini on FF, another on RockMelt and so on. Just try to limit yourself to one account at a time. again the is just an observation made by me :)

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  43. I have a sister that lives with me & a cousin who comes over to use my pc to play from time to time. It get's very confusing when all 3 of us are here at the same time. But if FB wants to get rid of their accts. or mine, it's ok cuz THERE ARE OTHER SOCIAL WEBSITES THAT HAVE GAMES!! I've spent some money from time to time on here, I pay for my sister when she wants to get RPs ( she puts the money in my bank acct.) & my cousin doesn't spend a red penny to FB or Zynga! So WHAT is stuck in their craw?? They can NOT rule the world. They can delete all 3 of the accts. that are played on this machine but THEY CAN'T EAT ANY OF US!! What's it really about?? MONEY!!!! I talked to someone from FB staff one night & they admitted that they had 5... yes FIVE ACCTS. & they were all HIS. pfsssssst..do what you want FB... we all know you've started selling out shares!! YOU'RE GOING TO LOSE EVEN MORE MONEY DOING WHAT YOU "THINK" IS CORRECT TO YOUR STANDARDS. IF FB is making money or if Zynga is making money.... get over yourselves!! I will laugh myself off the sofa when you fall. And YOU WILL FALL, IF YOU KEEP THE MENTALITY THAT MYSPACE HAD! Look where they are now ~ low on the totum pole! BUT! MYSPACE might just make a big come back with all the B.S. that FB is shoveling off their door steps & into our laps! I try to keep my own step clean & not worry about anyone elses door step! By the way, IF you DO DELETE my sisters acct. or my cousins.... plzz.. come here & tell them face to face, cuz neither of them are exactly right in the head & I want to see the whooping you'll get!! FB & ZYNGA ARE BOTH MAKING MONEY, SO IF YOU START DELETING ACCTS. BECAUSE YOU "THINK" THEY BELONG TO THE SAME PERSON.... GO TAKE A PLACE IN THE UNEMPLOYMENT LINE! lol..... you'll be in for a surprise at how much of a cut in money you're in for!

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    1. Who are you complaining to? You sure you writing in the correct comment box? It seems that Facebook has pissed you off.... Reading your comment has wasted my time cause it's just threats to Facebook and nothing to do with anything.

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  44. Facebook scam threatens to delete your account:

    http://www.technolog.msnbc.msn.com/technology/technolog/facebook-scam-threatens-delete-your-account-118870

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  45. lol what a bs! yes, I have multiple accounts. this ip has multiple accounts because this house has multiple people. I tried to shut down some of the people but it's not so easy...

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  46. Zynga needs Facebook at the moment for their users but Facebook doesn't realize how much it needs Zynga. How many people will stay on Facebook without the games?

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  47. this should be interesting....one computer...three teenagers, myself, my husband and we all play mafia wars...

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    1. Wish my family all played, it would be great!

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  48. this is very real. 5 people here 5 accounts 1 disabled by the fb morons. multiple emails back and forth. spread the word spend no money on fb or any games on there and let the games know why.

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  49. [8:51:44 AM] Jeffrey Greer: Fellow scam-busting site Facecrooks asked Facebook for an explanation, and this was their reply –
    “We are currently testing a system that warns users who have opened multiple accounts, we are not taking any action on these users for the time being so there’s no need for anyone to worry. We are iterating on this system to be more accurate and are only notifying possible violators.”
    So the warning is a legitimate Facebook warning – i.e. it’s no scam – but according to Facebook’s reply no action will be taken regarding those Facebook deem to have multiple accounts – not yet anyway. This does lead to the question of how Facebook will detect those using multiple accounts. This is information that they’ll never disclose but one would assume that Facebooks systems will take into consideration that many Facebook users will share computers.
    As for now, your account(s) is/are safe. But remember multiple accountd are against Facebook’s T+Cs so in the future you may just find yourself losing those additional accounts, or all of them!

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  50. Fellow scam-busting site Facecrooks asked Facebook for an explanation, and this was their reply –
    “We are currently testing a system that warns users who have opened multiple accounts, we are not taking any action on these users for the time being so there’s no need for anyone to worry. We are iterating on this system to be more accurate and are only notifying possible violators.”
    So the warning is a legitimate Facebook warning – i.e. it’s no scam – but according to Facebook’s reply no action will be taken regarding those Facebook deem to have multiple accounts – not yet anyway. This does lead to the question of how Facebook will detect those using multiple accounts. This is information that they’ll never disclose but one would assume that Facebooks systems will take into consideration that many Facebook users will share computers.
    As for now, your account(s) is/are safe. But remember multiple accountd are against Facebook’s T+Cs so in the future you may just find yourself losing those additional accounts, or all of them!

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  51. 23 accounts, all of them still active, using the same IP address...FTW!

    ~ Frank

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    1. i can understand most ppl having 2 accts...one private and another for gaming. 23 accts. You really need to get a life! FB/Zynga would be doing you a favor by shutting down all your accts

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  52. I think the overwhelmingly negative reaction will make them rethink this, billionaires dont exactly have a sense of people needing to share computers/IP addresses. But when they realize that they may lose users and money over something as stupid as policing free accounts, when they make their money from advertisers and third party aps, facebook will probably back off.

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  53. Did you guys really think this was not coming? I was pretty sure FB gave signs of the BS rolling down hill 2 previous times. OCT/NOV '11 and May '12 i had received msg from Zynga to secure my acct with a phone number. First time i let my mini go. The 2nd time i hit the button "later."

    Say what you like. This crap is not going away. FB is either gonna make it or break it this year ... especially after selling stocks.

    It is about accountability! If you are not already buying virtual "poop" from FB/Zynga...you get what you pay for...Ziltch! Nada! Zero!

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    1. guess my kids are gonna lose their accounts, I am not getting them phones. FB won't accept the cheap phone's #'S either. I got one tracfone and it's number is not accepted. So you have to buy a phone with a $50-100 calling plan a month or say goodbye to the account. They did offer an option of sending the text to another person's phone, so great my account is linked to theirs now. I think that the rich people are tired of having to hear what the poor people are doing all the time.

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    2. Actually, you can use Tracfone. I did. There's a little link at the bottom that says something about your phone service not being listed, to click there. I got my text code sent to my Tracfone, and I am validated.

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    3. Not true. I've validated with my Tracfone. There's a link in small letters at the bottom of the cellphone validation box that asks if your Carrier is not listed to click there. I was able to then provide my Tracfone number and got my code text, and am validated.

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  54. And I thought 12 accounts was annoying... Better make some more minis...

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  55. i got the message today i logged back out soon as i read it, this time i hit the later button, well scam or not i definetly didnt like what i read and i dont want to lose my main or this acct so i will just keep playing and see what happens from here

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  56. My first account was for gaming.
    My first alt account was for my real life friends in FB.
    My next 39 alt accounts was to support my gaming account.
    Plus 4 more real accounts for my wife and kids.

    I got 12 warnings thus far. But I did get the warning from my main gaming account which has 50 FB credits still. I clicked later all the time yesterday morning when I relog in. By the time I login at night after work, I no longer got the message.

    But that's when I got the messages from my other alt accounts who got the warning. I clicked later, and when I did re-login for those again, I did not get the message anymore.

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  57. Anybody knows if this only regarding none-bying players?? LOL

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  58. Ok. Maybe this will help sort out some of this a bit, I don't know:

    My fiance, our room mate, and myself all have Facebook accounts, and obviously all share the same connection. Often, due to laptop failures or WiFi issues, both of them will be on my PC... occasionally, even while I'm logged in, just to check their FB and email real fast, etc. Each one of us has "validated" our accounts with our individual cell phone numbers, and none of us got this Multiple Accounts warning. Perhaps being Validated has something to do with not getting the warning?

    Also, there are two people in the Help Forums busy spreading the rumor that "hackers" created this warning for the sole purpose of luring innocent FB users to delete their accounts. Ok...erm...I might have this whole "hacker" thing all wrong, but...isn't the goal of a hacker to GAIN control of someone's account so they can phish for personal info...not get people to delete this potential land mine of info?

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  59. WHY IS IT IMPOSSIBLE AND I DON'T USE THAT WORD LIGHTLY TO REACH FACEBOOK BY PHONE, EMAIL, CHAT OR ANYOTHER WAY.?

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