Risk Payment on Facebook – how to pass a check for payment
Facebook’s algorithms are improving every day and after just a month you may find that the usual way of going through Risk Payment is no longer working. In this article we’ll discuss what loopholes have been fixed in the fight against risk payment and how you can prevent the risk payment from being blocked.
What is Risk Payment on Facebook?
Risk Payment (RP) is a blocking of the means of payment. Such problem occurs after a card is linked. After a check for a payment, the card gets a ban. Ways to bypass the blocking change from year to year, which is typical when leaking traffic from Facebook. In this article, we offer a few actual solutions that you can test for yourself.
How Not to Pass Risk Payment Facebook
Naturally, Facebook’s algorithms are improving. The next solution to the problem was to create a ticket and send it to support. Judging by the comments, both features have already been fixed. And you can read about how to write a support ticket in Facebook in 2023 at this link – it may be useful for solving other problems.
What you need to understand to bypass Risk Payment on Facebook
- The results of your actions may be different from the suggested solutions. There are many variables in the circumvention algorithm and each one affects the final result. There is no secret recipe for starting FB. There are only general recommendations and schemes for working with risk payment.
- The first six digits of the card (BIN) strongly influence the appearance of the check. If you bind bad cards, then make it harder to warm up accounts.
- Currency when you bind the card in the office affects the RP. In the experience of affiliates, the Euro fails more often.
- Do not neglect the warming up of the account. There are key actions: creating an FP, logging into Ads Manager, changing currencies (if there are), linking payment and running ads. The more random actions from the account you perform between key actions, the less suspicious you will be.
How to pass a check on a Facebook payment
The best solution to this problem is to avoid pacing your paycheck. Below are a few tips on how to avoid risking a paycheck:
When you link ad accounts from logs to a parent account, the GEOs may be different. If that’s the case, fill out the form and tell them that you gave the account to a friend to set up your ads for you. A day later will be unblocked.
When linking the card, set the geo of the parent account.
Useful to know: to avoid paying VAT, fill in the ad first, then bind the card. And after moderation and minimum drain on the billing, you can try changing the GEO.
- If you use auto-regs and trending accounts, the First Affiliate Marketing channel recommends that you do everything you need to do on the first day of ad launch until the card is tied up. After that, you need to log out, wait a couple of hours and you can launch. Proxies, quality of autoreg and card play a very big role here. If still flies out on the RP, try to increase the pause after the first entry.
- For any consumables there is a universal method of protection from the risk of pacing. You can warm up the account with a white drain. The goal is “traffic” or any other, after which you can drain on a prilk. In contrast to the previous method, the passability will be lower, but the spread will be higher.
- The essence of the last method is to link the card not in a business manager, but through the advertising center of FP. In this case, you should have publications in advance, so that Facebook will start to offer you to promote them. Try not to make abrupt actions, but pause between steps: after entering the card data, after sending the RK for moderation, when you go to the main advertising cabinet.
While some affiliates struggle with constant check-outs on RP, others do not encounter this problem at all. It turns out that the problem is created even before the checkout. If you carefully warm up your account and pause, you’ll be able to track which of your actions was unnecessary or suspicious. We wish you a successful launch with no risk payment!
And you can also use e-cards in affiliate marketing: you can create separate payments with services. But keep in mind that FB can also determine them as suspicious – then all the above tips will be relevant.
What is a “king” Facebook account?
It’s a farm account. So there is a business manager and they are attached to this farm account on the log or rented account. Then auto-regs are taken and their RCs are linked to this king account. The king account is not used for advertising.
What is a “trending” Facebook account?
It’s another designation for logs. Logs are accounts of real people, mined with the help of special software. This software records all user’s actions and stores cookies. This is the difference between logs and stolen accounts.
What is “spandex” in FB?
This is the amount of money spent on advertising in one advertising account.