As any other company, InstaBlaster has expenses and hence need some kind of income. Even though InstaBlaster only employs 2 people, we still have expenses like salary, server rentals, legal costs, marketing etc. Hence, we're forced to charge a fee in order to hack accounts. Note that we don't charge upfront, but only once we have verified that the account has successfully been hacked. This is our guarantee in order to ensure that customers truly get what they pay for.
While we want people to use InstaBlaster, we don't want too much publicity as that will definitely impose legal challenges. Hence we keep our marketing limited to sicla media sites and try our best to avoid any news sites or interviews.
Sadly we are not. Below we have listed the most common reason for a hacking failure. Keep in mind that this list is not exclusive.
Attached payment method
If the account has a payment method attached (often times the case with an advertising account) then our system generally rejects the request as we don't want to get into legal trouble with the card provider and bank.
Mainstream and big accounts
We won't disclose the number, but if an account has a high amount of followers then we may reject the request since it could bring unwanted attention to InstaBlaster and land us in legal trouble.
Accounts that were created before March 2013
Very old accounts are stored in Instagrams legacy database. THis database has different hashes and different nounces. While it would be possible to hack these accounts, we've deemed it to be not worth the trouble since this includes so few accounts.