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Why does my account keep getting locked when im using my proxy

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13 minutes ago, zdogg said:

You need to do some reasearch.

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I've done some research on this problem but the only things I find is that 

1. register on the same IP as you play on.

2. the proxy might be flagged already. but I guess it isn't since virmach is recommended by so many

 

and I've done as the tutorial tells me 

1used Maxthon browser with the proxy, I've checked the IP and it matches with the proxy

2.registerd the account

3. Put the proxy in tribot

4. checked in the runtime information and there it says proxy: xxxxxxxxx which also is the same

so i can't figure out the problem,mabey  I've done an obvious error or something but i cant figure it out so please help

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10 minutes ago, hi565656 said:

since virmach is recommended by so many

i would never buy any proxy recommended by many people, also overpriced, overhyped thrash. i mean like comon, look at the threads which advertise virmach proxies, always extremely biased. No hard feelings but if you want your accounts to last longer i would advice you take every thread where @YoHoJo links proxies with a grain of salt.

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5 minutes ago, gef30 said:

i would never buy any proxy recommended by many people, also overpriced, overhyped thrash. i mean like comon, look at the threads which advertise virmach proxies, always extremely biased. No hard feelings but if you want your accounts to last longer i would advice you to not look at @YoHoJo 's threads for unbiased info.

do you have any recommendation because those i find are proxy fisher which another guy had a problem with virmach which I have a problem with but even the "super Moderator" recommends them? so im quite confused on what to choice Thanks for the help! 

Edit: oh yohojo was the super moderator mb

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4 minutes ago, hi565656 said:

do you have any recommendation because those i find are proxy fisher which another guy had a problem with virmach which I have a problem with but even the "super Moderator" recommends them? so im quite confused on what to choice Thanks for the help!

the "super moderator" is a virmach affiliate/owner, so ofcourse he recommends his own shit. (also the pricing is ridiculous, i doubt they host their own proxy servers)

As for good proxies, you would have to try with trial and error, be creative. i prefer to not use proxies unless i run into account creation limits.

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6 minutes ago, gef30 said:

the "super moderator" is a virmach affiliate/owner, so ofcourse he recommends his own shit. (also the pricing is ridiculous, i doubt they host their own proxy servers)

As for good proxies, you would have to try with trial and error, be creative. i prefer to not use proxies unless i run into account creation limits.

but if your gold farming don t you risk your entire farmer if not using proxies? and don't Jagex like flag the IP or something after an account get banned for botting on it or am i completely wrong?

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5 minutes ago, hi565656 said:

but if your gold farming don t you risk your entire farmer if not using proxies? and don't Jagex like flag the IP or something after an account get banned for botting on it or am i completely wrong?

you can look at it that way, but now look at it from an other angle, without proxies, your accounts actually get to botting. with the "private" proxies of virmach, they get locked within 5 minutes (for you, idk abt others).

and to be fair, bans occur with and without proxies, when accounts get chainbanned, it wont matter if you're on proxies or not in most cases. I bot on my home ip, and sure, my accounts get banned, but i rarely get chainbanned. I personally think proxies don't do a whole lot.

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2 minutes ago, gef30 said:

you can look at it that way, but now look at it from an other angle, without proxies, your accounts actually get to botting. with the "private" proxies of virmach, they get locked within 5 minutes (for you, idk abt others).

and to be fair, bans occur with and without proxies, when accounts get chainbanned, it wont matter if you're on proxies or not in most cases. I bot on my home ip, and sure, my accounts get banned, but i rarely get chainbanned. I personally think proxies don't do a whole lot.

so i got some question

1 how many accounts do you farm on 

and second i think this applies more to proxys accs but do you pay membership/bond with in game money from "main/mule" or from paypal?

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3 minutes ago, hi565656 said:

so i got some question

1 how many accounts do you farm on 

and second i think this applies more to proxys accs but do you pay membership/bond with in game money from "main/mule" or from paypal?

1: 25~ (x32 soon)

2: always bonds. Why? assuming jagex logs their transactions, buying membership with card/pp on multiple accounts might actually help jagex link your accounts even faster. Bonds are currently (for buyers with gp) the best way to buy membership rather anonymously  

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2 minutes ago, hi565656 said:

so i got some question

1 how many accounts do you farm on 

and second i think this applies more to proxys accs but do you pay membership/bond with in game money from "main/mule" or from paypal?

Regardless of whether I agree with his info, you do not want to have your main/mule on the same IP as your bots.  you will 100% get banned. maybe not immediately, but it's inevitable.  I've lost several high combat accounts that I used as mules (some last 6 months+ before banned for goldfarming, many of them had 1b+), and really wish I had just used trash accounts instead.  If you're just in it for the money and don't have any good accounts, have at it.

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3 minutes ago, gef30 said:

1: 25~ (x32 soon)

2: always bonds. Why? assuming jagex logs their transactions, buying membership with card/pp on multiple accounts might actually help jagex link your accounts even faster. Bonds are currently (for buyers with gp) the best way to buy membership rather anonymously  

wow so  your running 25 bots on one ip??

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Just now, FALSkills said:

Regardless of whether I agree with his info, you do not want to have your main/mule on the same IP as your bots.  you will 100% get banned. maybe not immediately, but it's inevitable.  I've lost several high combat accounts that I used as mules (some last 6 months+ before banned for goldfarming, many of them had 1b+), and really wish I had just used trash accounts instead.  If you're just in it for the money and don't have any good accounts, have at it.

so your using a proxys/proxies could you tell me which one would realy appreciate it :))

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Hi,

You're asking very good questions which can be answered but maybe not so straight forward.

For starters, making a gold farm will take alot of patience and knowledge.

Now, my lamborghini is white, but what you need to do is think about all the questions and check the forums inside out for answers.

If you come up with a farming method that makes more then 500k p/h let me know.

 

Goodluck!

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When someone "recommends" a product with their affiliate link, you can be 100% sure it's of poor quality.

Virmach, proxyfish and other "recommended" proxy providers here have been abused countless times and are almost unusable. Don't fall for the "advice" of people who get paid to peddle their stuff.

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3 minutes ago, contemporary said:

When someone "recommends" a product with their affiliate link, you can be 100% sure it's of poor quality.

Virmach, proxyfish and other "recommended" proxy providers here have been abused countless times and are almost unusable. Don't fall for the "advice" of people who get paid to peddle their stuff.

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sorry for asking this so much but do you have an "working" proxy i know you just told When someone "recommends" a product with their affiliate link, you can be 100% sure it's of poor quality. but still

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25 minutes ago, hi565656 said:

sorry for asking this so much but do you have an "working" proxy i know you just told When someone "recommends" a product with their affiliate link, you can be 100% sure it's of poor quality. but still

Small scale, you might not even need proxies, one residential IP should be enough. Otherwise, google is your best friend.

Note, only socks proxies work with tribot, http ones don't.

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