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Develop a ticket bot for resale

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by Bodhidevel, Jun 26, 2016.

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  1. Bodhidevel

    Bodhidevel Newbie

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    I'm a successful serial entrepreneur interested in partnering to develop a ticketmaster bot for resale....
    Looking for good quality ticket bot and after sale modification.......

    Only interested in talking to people with extensive experience.

    Ticketmaster (spinner / scalper) Bot, for the purchase of premium concert tickets.
    You Should be aware of the specifics related to a ticketmaster.ca bot

    Include things like: IP address randomizing, seating charts for all the major stadiums and venues, programmed to select the best tickets, filling out order form with credit card, billing and mailing address information.

    software should allow you to reserve multiple tickets, you can do multiple searches simultaneously on one event or multiple events with just a click of a mouse. You can use it for drop checks as well as set them for presales and onsale events. It also has an option to allow you to set the bot to start at a specific time, while you are not there and the software will start at a time and grab the tickets and notify you, if the tickets match your criteria. The bot can be customized to meet your exact needs as well.

    In short, the bot grabs hundreds of tickets for multiple event simultaneously and let you choose best tickets to buy with just a single click.
     
  2. YourMoneyButton

    YourMoneyButton Senior Member

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    You can't just "buy" a TicketMaster bot and go on your merry way, you need to employ staff in-house because of the constant changes and updates to fight bots at TM.

    You're competing directly with Ticketmaster Ticket Exchange and they have a huge staff that strictly go to work every day with the sole purpose of fighting back against bots.

    It's already illegal in many states to use bots to purchase tickets for resale and only going to get worse.

    I'm not sure what you're offering to the programmer that wants to "partner" with you. Is it just the idea of having a Ticketmaster bot? That's unfortunately not worth very much and is hardly original. This is also the wrong section.
     
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    Thank you for your quick reply... The idea of a partnership is precisely because the bot needs constant updating. I think we are all aware of Ticketmaster's reputation. My resources allow me to operate in locations that don't create legal implications. This is a sophisticated and lucrative offer for the right people. Cheers
     
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    I am also looking for access to a Ticketmaster bot, willing to pay someone Handsomely to create the bot and will also pay a salary to maintain the bot. Bodhidevel, Pm if possibly interested in partnering.
     
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    if anyone is a serious player and interested in a solution shoot me a PM with your skype or post it here.. looking for real users only, not BMB's
     
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    I'm interested
     
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    MisterF Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You realise this is a dead thread? The guy you replied to hasn't been on since September.
     
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