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Any IP proxies that allow sending email and post ads?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by halifax123, Jan 31, 2009.

  1. halifax123

    halifax123 Power Member

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    Hey guys,

    I've tried using free proxies on the net. Seems you can use them to surf, but when I try to send email from yahoo, or place a classified ad on someplace like backpage where an email address is used to submit the ad, they don't go through?,

    are their any that work in a complete sense?

    I had tried hipemyip and a couple of others

    I haven't tried it in the last week so I forgot the screen message, but clearly they are not sent, or the ads similar in that I get a screen with a message indicating I can't post

    anyone tried "squid-cache.org"?

    I'll pay for good IP's that work and allow one to send email and post ads....

    any suggestions anyone?
     
  2. rcom

    rcom BANNED BANNED

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    I can help you immediately. I have plenty of high speed dedicated high anonymity exclusive proxies for rent.

    Here are my affordable and reasonable prices and plans http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/proxies-sale/50203-exclusive-proxy-servers-exclusive-u-s-proxies.html#post483576

    rcom :)
     
  3. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    When posting ads on CL most private proxy providers will require you to have a PVA.
    So if you post there and want to post without a PVA ask about that.
    Also make sure to check their terms if you are allowed to send emails through them, depending on the emails it will lead the IPs or subnets getting blacklisted which sometimes is connected to high fees.
     
  4. nipester

    nipester Regular Member

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    You were probably using one of those PHP based proxies which don't work so well. You need a cgi proxy. The perl cgi proxies are usually a bit better than the php ones.