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Amazon-proof VPN

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by sohoapt, Dec 16, 2016.

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  1. sohoapt

    sohoapt Newbie

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    I need to open up multiple Amazon seller accounts. Has anyone found a foolproof ban-proof way of setting up and maintaining multiple Amazon accounts? I know people try to hide their IPs and stuff but usually to no avail.

    Any suggestions are welcome.
     
  2. kitemiami

    kitemiami Newbie

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    Speaking from experience, they are most concerned with the credit card...definitely use different IP's, different computers and different beneficiary's and BY ALL MEANS use a totally different credit/debit card. I speak from experience that accidentally using the same card on both accounts will get one of them shut down in a matter of days.
     
  3. stranger

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    They check the IP of headers in your email. So when you create and sign up and confirm, make sure you've changed your IP.

    VPN's are suspect, so if your account is flagged for whatever reason they will look into it manually to see if there is anything off. You'll need a new credit card with a new postal and billing address for each one.

    They use browser fingerprinting too, so this takes into account the size of the browser window, the area you're using it from along with plugins installed on said browser. It's mostly an automated system, but as I said before if you're flagged an account specialist will look into it. And in all likelihood they will close and suspend your other linked accounts.

    Out of interest, why do you need to open multiple seller accounts? Are you scamming buyers on Amazon? :mad:
     
  4. testboss

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    In my personal experience main problem is ip conflict . Always use a safe way different computer different ip and different location . and credit card as well.
     
  5. Jay900

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    I've been using vps's with no problems for over a year