BEWARE OF YOUTUBE SCAMS! Have you ever been offered the chance to buy a YouTube BOT or a script that works just perfectly and gives you 100% retention views? Does it give up to 5 views per IP? Does this sound too good to be true? Well your instincts are right. They are too good to be true! Here's the whole thing briefly : If someone actually had a working BOT or script, they would never volunteer to sell the script/BOT unless it had some flaws or didn't work entirely. A guy with that kind of script could possibly earn up to $70/hour if he has a large network. And its obvious they wouldn't come to you asking you to buy it for $50. Personally, the wouldn't even sell it for $3,000 as the scopes of such a script are just too high. Have you ever heard of Spk's TubeNuker PRO? Well, if you haven't yet, then please be warned, it doesn't even give you one valuable view. All it does it refresh your video over and over again about a 1000 times (depending on number of threads) in a mobile format. And believe me, this doesn't work! Also, this was never coded by Spk. Some guy who wanted to make money off of Spk's already prominent name, came up with this BOT. Did you ask that you were looking to buy a YouTube BOT? Please be careful. To get a working YouTube BOT in these days is as rare as pigs fly. (Probably even less). Most of them are scammers who probably don't know the difference between "plid" and "chocolate cake". Of course, these only relate to BOTs that send views and likes and subs. I mean, Come on people use your head! Unless it is an exchange system, how would a BOT add likes and subs without even loading the accounts? And then there is the type of BOTs that don't even refresh the page. They just show that you have received 10,000 views in 5 seconds, but the real truth is, your video hasn't even received a single view. Please note : This does not apply to all kinds of sellers. Of course, there are some legit guys who want to sell their methods due to the circumstance they are under. I am talking solely about the scammers we know and love to hate. It is always wise to ask the seller for a proof. Of course, he wouldn't send over the BOT or the script but you could upload a video and ask him to send some views to it. If he really is in possession of the BOT or script that he claimed to have, then he would have absolutely no problem with your request. If he says that he can send views with custom referrers then you could ask him to send views from a custom referrer. This makes it hard for scammers to proceed with their plans. Of course, they could buy these views but to buy high retention views with cutom referrer is not easy at all. You can still get/buy working BOTs that upvote your comments, comment on videos, scrape videos according to niche etc. So hope that this post of mine helps to prevent any scams in the future. Just remember, before you buy, try to google the name of the software and you may even find one for free. Or try asking around about the credibility of the software. Thanks, RW.