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Gmail aliases

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Hey guys,

i was wondering if it's safe to use gmail aliases for creating bot accounts. For those of you who don't know what a gmail alias is, basically Gmail ignores dots and everything following a plus. So [email protected] is the same as [email protected] and [email protected] I was wondering if I make 10 bots with the same gmail and one gets banned, they all get banned?

Looking forward to your answers.

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You don't need to use a legitimate email address when registering account.
You can type in gobbledygook as long as it's in proper email format.
Jagex doesn't require you to confirm email address to log into an OSRS account.

But yes, this "trick" works for gmail. You can also add "+anything" to the end of the email for the safe effect.
 

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Let's say you need to sign up for a mailing list that interests you, but you're afraid spammers might get your address. We'll call the list "exoticflowers". Sign up with the list using the address "[email protected]". Email to that address will still come to your "[email protected]" address even though the "To:" will include that "+exoticflowers" in it.

https://lifehacker.com/144397/instant-disposable-gmail-addresses
 

 

If needed, you can go into account settings at anytime and register a legitimate email if necessary.

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3 minutes ago, YoHoJo said:

You don't need to use a legitimate email address when registering account.
You can type in gobbledygook as long as it's in proper email format.
Jagex doesn't require you to confirm email address to log into an OSRS account.

But yes, this "trick" works for gmail. You can also add "+anything" to the end of the email for the safe effect.
 

https://lifehacker.com/144397/instant-disposable-gmail-addresses
 

 

If needed, you can go into account settings at anytime and register a legitimate email if necessary.

Thanks for the answer, but to repeat my question: Is it safe?

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4 minutes ago, deobus said:

Thanks for the answer, but to repeat my question: Is it safe?

No one can really tell you if it is safe or not, there has been cases that Jagex has caught onto people making many accounts using emails with a couple of different letters in it like email1 ema1l 3mail email4 and so on it might be worth Googling it.

Hope this helped.

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7 minutes ago, deobus said:

Thanks for the answer, but to repeat my question: Is it safe?

Sorry didn't address that part.
I haven't used this technique before personally, but I believe I've spoken with some botters who have done this without issue.
Take that info with a grain of salt.

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