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US Proxy

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by michelangelo, Nov 24, 2008.

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  1. michelangelo

    michelangelo Registered Member

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    I have tried for the last 3 days to find a proxy service that would really work. I have spent quite some money and I have yet to find something half way decent.
    Proxybonanza: (proxybonanza.c Om) beside the fact that they took my money and forgot to give me a login info, their website is down at the time I am writing these lines.

    Paid Proxy (proxyegg.c Om): did not answer emails.

    nntime.c Om: located in Russia or Belorussia, digital river did not accept paypal and my credit crad (I do not even know how this guy can stay in business).

    I will pass on the list as it is extensive and deceiving ..
    We would need some proxy service, in the US, renewable (not the same old same IP address everyday) and yes we are ready to pay if needed.

    Thanks for your help.:)
     
  2. tekg0r

    tekg0r Junior Member

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    datasociety offers them but they won't get be random IPs every day ;)

    only services offering loads of fresh proxies with random IPs every day are botnet or scanned proxies (aka not private).

    What you want in any robust fashion really requires a botnet
     
  3. reinrein

    reinrein Regular Member

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    lol proxybonanza is not down, you can log in using the login details you put when you signed up. Been using them for months and happy with them.
     
  4. 10kay

    10kay Registered Member

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    just what i'm looking4, say rein, hows the speed on the shared proxy's? any idea where the servers located? thnx!