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Using teamviewer to access some profit websites ?

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by nasergarh, Oct 13, 2013.

  1. nasergarh

    nasergarh Newbie

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    Okay let's begin my question as the following scenario :
    suppose that I opened my paypal account in my country and I used to send my funds from profit websites (such as neobux,clixsense,clickbank) to my paypal account , then I had to travel to another country for any reasons (like job or trip ,..) ,So I want to keep working on these websites and send my funds from these websites to my Paypal account (the account I opened in my native country)and then when I would go back to my country ,I can get my funds without any problems.

    I'd like to know if I can access my home computer from another country and then use my home computer to access profit websites and paypal account using teamviewer software (remote access software) ?

    Important notes :
    the terms of service of profit websites (such as neobux,clixsense,clickbank) state :
    -" You can use multiple IP addresses to login. Any attempt to do otherwise may lead to the termination of your account. Logging in from proxies/VPN or shared network environments (such as, but not limited to schools, LAN houses, cybercaf├ęs, etc.) is not allowed."
    -"To have your payment sent by PayPal, be sure to have a PayPal account in a country whose accounts can receive money by PayPal and log in from one of those countries."



    any one who has tried that , please tell me .. because the it's very risky
    I dont want to do any action before making sure about that .



    thank in advanced ..
     
  2. Checkmate

    Checkmate Elite Member

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    Yes, of course you can do that.
     
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  3. nasergarh

    nasergarh Newbie

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    thank checkmate for your replay ..
    does that mean that websites dont know I use teamviewer (remote access)?
    because I've asked in neobux's forum , and they answered it's not allowed to use teamviewer.
     
  4. GrabTheCheese

    GrabTheCheese BANNED BANNED

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    I don't think they can find out..
     
  5. nasergarh

    nasergarh Newbie

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    Has any one tried that or been sure about that ?
    I really need help and this forum is the suitable place to get right answer
     
  6. Mushini

    Mushini Newbie

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    If I were gonna try and log into neobux/clickbank from abroad, this is probably the best way I could think of doing it.
     
  7. weblues

    weblues Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If I read what you said accurately.

    You said you will be using team viewer to access your home computer from another country.

    Using team viewer to access your home computer is NOT the same thing as using a proxy to access a website.

    There is nothing wrong in doing that.
     
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  8. nasergarh

    nasergarh Newbie

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    thank donor
    but
    why does neobux website say it's not allowed to use teamviewer ?
     
  9. fistor

    fistor Regular Member

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    There is NO way on earth for them to know if you are using teamviewer or not.

    I don't think they are against it. You prolly got your forum answers from some random users, or the staff simply misunderstood you.
     
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