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Scrapebox - Whats the worst that can happen?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Delboy2424, May 24, 2011.

  1. Delboy2424

    Delboy2424 Regular Member

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    Using SB to blast with private proxies what the worst that could happen, providing you dont use advertising "comments e.g clickbank urls etc"

    Ban from proxy company?
    Sued?

    Just wondered where the "line" is....
     
  2. wahidpolin

    wahidpolin Regular Member

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    not sure what r u talking about,as far i know most proxy servers don't mind this kinda app.
     
  3. marcgenesis

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    I don't think you could get sued for posting comments on blogs... as far as I know, making it automatic is not an issue.

    Maybe if you start insulting people or sharing illegal stuff but apart from that it's just an easier way to make thousands of comments instead of doing it manually.
     
  4. shamster25

    shamster25 Regular Member

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    The most serious I've heard of is a $200 per IP fine that was put on a blacklist (stopforumspam etc.) I think it was SoftLayer, luckily 99.9% of Private Proxy providers use Ubiquity also known as the toilet of the proxy world - having their entire ranges banned from Facebook and Myspace. Now that is truly impressive!
     
  5. Delboy2424

    Delboy2424 Regular Member

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    have had an abuse complaint against a private proxy ip and a warning any further and a suspension of account.

    Just wondered if anyone else had similar or worse....
     
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    iwantl00t Junior Member

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    You should use proxies from suppliers that allow them to be used for ScrapeBox. I use unr3al's monthly subscription - no problems whatsoever.
     
  7. Delboy2424

    Delboy2424 Regular Member

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    wouldnt mind it was a thread on here I was using...
     
  8. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    The likelihood is very slim but yeah, you could get banned by the proxy companies. Yeah they "KNOW" what a lot of people use them for, but if they get called out on it...they will probably ban you or pass blame down to you.

    You can also get sued for spam, wasting server time etc. Again, probably not likely but if your wanting to know if its possible, yes.