Hello, I'm looking to start a joint venture with someone (preferably experienced) to start botting OSRS on a large scale. I used to bot instagram with hundreds of accounts using CPA until they cracked down hard on bots in recent times. Ive botted OSRS in the past but I want to take it to the next level.
We can pool our resources together and start making money together with your methods. Or you could teach me your methods and I will give you a percentage of the profits that I make while botting. I know the basics, I have plenty of free time to bot (all day and night) and I have plenty of cash to scale it up quickly. So if you are interested in working with me feel free to contact me on here or on discord via my username Maglincer#1280.
Thanks for reading!
1. Is Jagex able to track and chain ban all muling accounts regardless if items were traded or drop traded, associated or not?
2. Is RWT the bots' GP profit daily better than weekly/monthly?
3. What about stockpiling items/GP versus selling profit daily?
4. What steps does one need to take to drop-trade/person-to-person trade between said number of accounts to remain nearly anonymous?
Please answer these (4) four questions in order or to the best of your ability.
Below are a few examples I came up with but might not be close to effective at all so feel free to ignore me haha!
Example 1: 10 bots with botted items ready to stockpile... trade to > 1 legit, clean account and stockpile on latter account. (what if Jagex knows who picks up/drops what in cache? see Example 2...)
Example 2: 10 bots with botted items ready to stockpile... drop trade to > 1 throwaway... trade 10%+/- of each botted item to 10+/- different throwaways that stockpile botted items. (this just spreads out the items into multiple stockpile accounts, thus reducing chain ban? See Example 3 for similar method...)
Example 3: 10 bots with botted items ready to stockpile... drop trade to > 1 throwaway then DROP-TRADE 10%+/- of each botted item to > 10+/- different throwaways that stockpile botted items. (this method should be best given that Examples 2 and 1 don't work but still just a question as are all 'Example _" paragraphs...)
The above examples won't work (most likely) but I figured I'd start a thread that has some basic questions in it and see where people consider their method...
From one muling noob to the interwebs I say: Please help...
So I recently got into Botting with tribot, and before I started out with any of my own bots I did a ton of research and reading about safe bottling practises and tips to prevent bans.
I decided to bite the bullet and try out a few accounts. I got 5 private ipv4 socks5 proxies, 5 unique email addresses, and created the 5 accounts through a browser with proxy support so I was creating each account on a separate IP.
Then I got tribot setup and set each proxy to one of the 5 tabs I opened in tribot. I logged in to each account and got them through tutorial island.
Then I decided to try out the same script on all of them (all on different worlds and still on different IP's) and within a little over an hour, about.5 minutes apart, they were all locked. Now they weren't banned from what I can tell, I got the message "your account has been locked as we suspect it has been stolen".
I'm wondering what caused this to happen, and on all 5 of my accounts?
Thanks in advance!
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