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Fake phone numbers and addresses validate in Amazon?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by punkinhead, Sep 22, 2017.

  1. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    Anyone doing this? Do they validate? If so, is there any other service on which they DON'T validate? If so, why?

    Also interested to hear any pros and cons of using such a generator vs inputting random real addys or slight changes to house number of real addy, last 4 of real phone numbers.

    Also, does any such generator allow user to input zip code?
     
  2. 15long

    15long Newbie

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    same as my question... but is that work on gmail?
     
  3. Nut-Nights

    Nut-Nights Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Just modify your address and use local number, you can use tons of services providing local numbers.
     
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    Kar Registered Member

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    For me, slightly changing some digits from a real address has worked. Putting the address given by address generators have usually given error.
     
  5. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    Are you referring to real numbers, or fake ones (not actually in use) that get the exchange info correct. The area code/exchange is easy enough to get from whitepages.com, but not sure of way to get properly validated but unassigned number.
     
  6. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    So just adding 2 or whatever to existing house number?

    Anyone got any pros and cons of doing this vs just picking an existing actual address that will definitely validate? (then opting out of physical mail)