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Can i open multiple amazon accounts from the same ip?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by jamesdin, Jul 14, 2009.

  1. jamesdin

    jamesdin Junior Member

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    Can i open multiple amazon accounts from the same ip?

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  2. Italian Hawk

    Italian Hawk Power Member

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    You should be able to. Both myself and my father opened our own separate accounts on the same IP Address. Same with ebay.
     
  3. OldMadHatter

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    Yes, from my experience. Did not do it over a short period of time though (days in between), so I'd be careful or use Tor to be on the safe side.
     
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  4. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    Amazon or affiliates amazon?
    Please be clear.


    If Amazon Affiliates, YES.

    I had my acc banned, and then i opened another one from same ip but with other name. And it works.
     
  5. xerobytez

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    Most likely not, not entirely sure but why risk it? I think for the most part large sites like amazon, ebay etc..will record login details like ip addresses to prevent people from having more than one account. you would probably have to login to a significant number of accounts on the same ip for them to notice you though.
     
  6. the mad hatter

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    you can try using different web browsers... that should work but be careful because the IP will still be recognized and you may be flagged.
     
  7. jamesdin

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    thanks for the advises, i think i will use TOR, dont know how i didn't think of it :rolleyes:
    thanks
     
  8. popeh

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    ToR is actually a bad idea. Some exit nodes are modified to log everything going through them, which means your login might get captured. There was a situation about two years ago where thousands of logins belonging to embassy employees got stolen, because they were using ToR to access their email and other accounts.
     
  9. CSalt2

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    You can open a amazon affiliate account for each country with same info same ip.

    Don't use tor, at the very least use some proxies.
     
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    You can open a amazon affiliate account for each country with same info same ip.

    Don't use tor, at the very least use some proxies.
     
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    You can open a amazon affiliate account for each country with same info same ip.

    Don't use tor, at the very least use some proxies.
     
  12. the mad hatter

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    Italian Hawk, have you been able to open up your multiple accounts without any problems?

    CSalt2, what's with the 3 identical post?
     
  13. Sliv3r

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  14. jamesdin

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    FUC* IT, i logged in to both accounts from my computer, old fashion way, meaning the same ip, now i want to see if they will bann me or not, i think 2 accounts per 1 computer is allowed, its just sound logic.. thanks anyway...
     
  15. Beenthere

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    Yes you can.

    Use different browsers, or else use private browsing, which is CTRL + SHIFT + N on Chrome. Then of course, use different e-mail addresses and passwords.

    As a buyer, you can have multiple accounts without any problems, however as a seller, you'll have to jump through a few hoops. However, with a little legwork it's quite possible. Keep in mind that as a seller, you'll have to supply them your social number, sometimes toward the end of the year. However, TIN will suffice. (taxpayer identification number). It starts with 9 and has the same number of digits as your social. I don't think though that they match a social number to a name; they probably want to make sure that no other seller is using the same.

    Want to have multiple Seller Accounts? Use your brother's, sister's, etc. Ladies can change their last name to their maiden name. Then a new address (trusted friend), a new credit card, bank account and voila! A new TIN (see above).

    Make sure you NEVER post on their Forums. You'd be forced to post under your Seller Name, thus being vulnerable to the bullies that are plenty of. They'd put you out of business by purchasing your products and then giving you negs (negative feedback), and you're toast. There is a site that is unrelated to Amazon; it comes in Google search as Seller Soapbox index. This one is safe, and you are NOT required to register under your Seller name.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Who said something about logic? There's NO such thing on Amazon. They rarely make sense, their support doesn't know what the h they are talking about, outsourced and all.

    You need to find a way around it. Different browsers will do. Different addresses, etc. As a buyer, you can use a Gift Card so don't have to supply a credit card. In fact, I would never give them my credit card number. There's no telling what they can do with it.
     
  17. MrRedPants

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    For SELLER ACCOUNTS: Nope! If you do, you'll get a warning, and possibly quickly afterward, just get banned. They aren't required to provide any explanation and you don't even have to be using multiple accounts. Just let one of your friends use your computer with their seller account and both of you could potentially get banned. Different Bank, different address, different name, different returns address, different TIN.
     
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    i work with two accounts from the same ip for over a year, never had a problem and get paid in both each and every month
     
  19. MrRedPants

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    Next time I level up, I think I need to opt for luck points.