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sneaker & ticketmaster proxies

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by andrew1978, Apr 24, 2017.

  1. andrew1978

    andrew1978 Regular Member

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    Hi guys, I'm very aware of residential proxies such as storm proxies and luminati and others.

    My question is this though:

    With all these services the proxies are being rotated is all, let's use storm for example, they have 40k residential ips.

    now if there are dozens or 100's of people using their service for ticketmaster for example which i'm sure there are that many using for that purpose, then wouldn't ticketmaster just ban Storms ips? Yes they can't ban a range of ips since it's res, but they can ban the ip and then storm proxies don't work anymore

    this is something i just don't get yet, hope someone can shed some light
     
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  2. Chris.Roark

    Chris.Roark Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    They might ban them. At the same time, maybe those providers are always in search of fresh IP, or maybe theirs IP aren't that great for sneaker proxies.

    We could never know. There are many questions.

    But for you as an user, the only thing that matters is if at the next release your proxies will work.

    It is a very difficult question to answer, only providers know the answer.