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Bought email account on Fiver

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by damagesmith, Oct 7, 2015.

  1. damagesmith

    damagesmith Power Member

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    So I bought some yahoo email accounts from Fiverr. Most of them are fine and are serving my purposes. But one of them appears to be an active account. Most of the information appears to be someone registering at a bunch of sites, i assume to add their URL or something.
    But also a number of wordpress sites as well. It seems like a somewhat spam account as all the names that are used to register these accounts changes with each entry.

    So what would you do with this information? I think its mostly garbage but thought i would hear what others have to say.
     
  2. Leroyxxx

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    Isn't just someone using this accoount in GSA or something like that?
     
  3. damagesmith

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    What does GSA stand for.
    From what i can gather of the account. Someone else must have hired someone to make a bunch of backlinks for them, As while i was on the account, i kept getting new messages thank you for registering at xxx site
     
  4. Leroyxxx

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    GSA Search Engine Ranker is popular linkbuilding Software
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...l-linkbuilding-software-free-5-day-trial.html

    It's uses e-mails to register or sites.

    It's weird that someone sold you e-mail account that is already in use by someone else...
     
  5. overtrade

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    I am also thinking to buy accounts from f*v*er are they all work fine how many dead account s you get.
     
  6. trance92071

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    Sounds like you bought some shared accounts... That sucks.. You can do a little digging around to see what niches they were using and how they were promoting. In the future I would try to steer away from buying these types of accounts.
     
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    Maybe you got this one by accident?
    How about contacting the seller and telling him about the account?
     
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    Yeah as Nonilol said, it's better to contact the seller, although I think that the seller might have knowingly sell it to another person, but I'm not sure.
     
  9. HoNeYBiRD

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    it must be an alias you bought: https://help.yahoo.com/kb/learn-create-yahoo-mail-alias-sln3240.html

    basically what the seller does is sell the same account more than once, i'm not aware of the exact amount of the aliases you can create with yahoo, but the seller can sell 1 account multiple times, that's why sometimes you see emails in the inbox when you purchase an account, but you haven't even used it yet
    the inbox will be shared between the aliases, the password is the same, only the email address is different