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Hey guys and merry Christmas,

 

I was wondering if any of you could point me towards some good proxies that are trusted and are not flagged. I know some proxies say they are great but then people end up purchasing them and being banned immediately multiple times on all the accounts they create on the proxy. So if there is a proxy you use and have used for a while, I would greatly appreciate it if you could let me know which one to purchase.

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And also one more question

 

How can I check to make sure that the tab on internet explorer is using the proxy and not my original IP address?

Most socks5 proxies come with a user/pass, in which case it's best to use a browser which supports that such as: http://www.maxthon.com/

I recommend Virmach proxies (link in signature).

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