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Using proxies, vpn or something else?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by mcfakerhf, Jan 8, 2014.

  1. mcfakerhf

    mcfakerhf Newbie

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    Hello,

    If I would like to fill in 1 offer from a cpa link of my own, would I need to use private proxies, a vpn or something else? How do I make sure that if the cpa company (for example adscendmedia) does not see that the IP is associated with a proxy service. I have no idea about the whois lookup of private proxies, do they come up as suspected proxy service or arent private proxies enough and is something else needed? Can someone help me please?


    Thank you in advance!
     
  2. SPPChristian

    SPPChristian Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    you can use a virgin dedicated private proxy or a virgin dedicated VPN. If its a virgin ip then the ip will not came as a suspected proxy.
    They are unable to see the real ip behind the proxy.
     
  3. mcfakerhf

    mcfakerhf Newbie

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    But isnt that suspicious if all offers, or surveys be it from a site like adscendmedia or an opinion site like Ipoll where you get daily surveys, come from a hidden IP? If that is the case, are there any alternatives to bypass that? I am sure there must be a way of bypassing this also so you wont get "Suspected network sharing device".

    Thank you in advance!
     
  4. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I will highly recommend you to drop the idea you have in mind as you will be caught pretty quickly by the CPA companies. Instead head to the CPA marketing section here and learn how to earn your money the right way
     
  5. mcfakerhf

    mcfakerhf Newbie

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    Lol I agree about the survey thing, but what about the opinion every day survey sites that pay through paypal! They wont figure it out if the appropriate ip's are used, because their surveys arent supposed to generate leads! Also I already know how to earn through cpa, I actually meant the opinion survey websites :) What do you think about them?
     
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  6. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    The IP is not "hidden." What he means is that your proxy won't be connected to your real IP. The CPA will see an IP - it will be the proxy you use. And if it's a private virgin proxy, it won't appear as a blacklisted IP. Link in my signature will get you set up with these proxies, and I can help you out if needed. Some of my past threads deal with CPA automation.
     
  7. liyong601c

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    http proxy or VPN Both no matter private or not..that's really not good for CPA.
    you should use socks 5 proxy that's the most anonymity proxy.that's why sock5 proxies is so hot!
    here is some private sock5 proxy service
    http://www.privateproxyreviews.com/socks5-proxy-service/
    and lot of free(but died soon) socks5 proxy in the market.