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New to Botting, My plan

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So im new to botting havent done it since about 2016 so im a complete newbie basically

My plan is to get 400 accounts to the f2p trade restrictions and only bot f2p to have less risk (financially speaking)

I want to run each account for 2 hours per day, 12 accounts per 24 hours, all 400 in the course of the day but 50 simultaneously at any given time.  I know this sounds obscene but i think a farm like this will have less chance of being banned and i can randomize which bots run which day.  From my research i've found that you can sell the f2p bots without restrictions for about 1$ so that alone is a 400$ dollar profit off of basically nothing to get them all there (idk if people actually buy these sorts of accounts), as well as the 100k~ GP per hour they will be making and can be muled/sold directly off of them.  We are dealing with such low quantities here each account with probably have only generated about 1.5m from the 20 hour limit when they are fully ready to farm/ ready to sell and have the necessary quest points and levels, not all of which are entirely profitable.

I'm purchasing VIP-E today and a sock5 proxy service with unlimited proxies.  From my research it seems like looking glass doesnt matter too much depending on how risky the activity is.  I am counting on this not mattering so that I can run as many bots as physically possible on my 5 PC setup.

So here are some questions:

Has anyone secured profit off of f2p accounts?

Is my idea ridiculous? 

Is there a market for bots past the trade restrictions?

If i only bot 2 hours and mule off all profits am i basically risking nothing at all?

I understand members will increase my gp per hour drastically and allow me to trade immediately, can this be circumvented by not being caught for the whole 20 hours?

 

Thanks for anyone who chooses to help me.

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What's this Socks5 proxy service that has unlimited proxies? I ask because proxies are the biggest cost I can imagine for a f2p farm so it would be interesting if you were to breakdown the cost of the proxy service to work out how much you'll actually be spending per f2p account (I imagine you intend on switching proxies every 2 hours too? Since what's the point in switching accounts if they're all coming from the same IP address it's a clear red flag for jagex).

Once you have worked out your costs you can begin to work out how feasible this idea is. You should also consider the electricity cost of running 5 computers 24 hours per day, is this going to be a factor or do you not pay bills? Here's a link to a thread where I gave a small guide (one of the later comments) on how to break down the costs and work out the Return On Investment (ROI) of a botfarm. Go to my comment at 3:01am.

The other question I'd ask is have you tested your money making method that makes 100k/hour? Is it consistent and scalable? So can 50 accounts be doing it at once without raising suspicion?

There are people who have huge bot-farms so what you're suggesting is possible, just make sure you've planned it out precisely.

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