Hey, I know this post isn't really supposed to go here, but it felt like the proxies section was dead at the moment. Now, onto the question. I have recently found a scheme to get some money in my PayPal, now I currently use Tor because my IP address has been used on PayPal in the past, and I have been banned on multiple accounts. The crappy thing about Tor, is that 1) It constantly changes my IP, which I believe throws up a red flag on PayPal. 2) I am on IPs from other countries, and my address is in the US. Does PayPal really look at your IP, and throw up a red flag if there are multiple IPs that have logged onto that account, from nowhere near your address specified on your PayPal? I have had 2 PayPal accounts banned in the past few days, after receiving funds, and trying to quickly spend the money on a PayPal related site. My main question is this. I use FoxyProxy, and I was able to get a United States IP from a proxy forum. It was a fairly new proxy, and it worked with Google. The strange thing was that PayPal did not pop up, and I received an error message through Firefox. Does PayPal know certain IPs are fraudulent, and automatically blocks them? I was using Tor, and I did not have this problem. Could it be an error with FoxyProxy? And a weird thing that kept showing was this: Welcome to the CoDeeN HTTP CDN Service! What the hell is this? This showed up on a few of my proxies. NOW, if someone can provide information to most of my questions it would be greatly appreciated. AND if someone can assure me that they have proxies for sale, that DO NOT get blocked by PayPal, and are located in the U.S. let me know. I figure if someone could provide me with 20 US based IPs, I could also use them with Craigslist if all else fails. I would also be willing to buy one trial proxy, and figure out if that solves my PayPal issues. PLEASE help me out here, this shit has been racking my brain for the past few hours, after watching over 4 PayPals become limited in the past week.