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    Situation

    Situation: Want to switch mains. Dont want my new main to be anywhere closely compared to my old main. Should I just stop going on my old main via my home IP. And, go on my home IP for my New main, and TNT wont be suspicious? Reason is, my old main was semi-legit. I want my new main(well-aged) to be legit. So will they be suspicious if two accounts with good stuff on them log on from same IP in a difference of 5 hours? OR is it ok to just start using my home IP for my new main, if I stop using my home IP for my old main entirely?

    help?

    ---------- Post added at 09:48 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:10 PM ----------

    kinda urgent.

    ---------- Post added at 10:32 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:48 PM ----------

    Ok, guys. Is my post too confusing?
    Last edited by Flame; 01-17-2013 at 10:28 PM.

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    why is this urgent? RELAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. Just move it slow and easy. You're allowed to switch mains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    why is this urgent? RELAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. Just move it slow and easy. You're allowed to switch mains.
    I put my new main on a different email. And I want it to be seperate from my old main, because my old main was 2 weeks, and scoresent. So is it ok, if I entirely stop logging onto my old mian from my home IP, and only log on to my new main from my home IP. TNT wonyt be suspicious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babytroop123456 View Post
    I put my new main on a different email. And I want it to be seperate from my old main, because my old main was 2 weeks, and scoresent. So is it ok, if I entirely stop logging onto my old mian from my home IP, and only log on to my new main from my home IP. TNT wonyt be suspicious?
    No one knows exactly how TNT operates, however if you've already logged onto both by the same IP, there will probably be something in their database.

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    They'll probably have you on a list before, so just take it slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celestial View Post
    No one knows exactly how TNT operates, however if you've already logged onto both by the same IP, there will probably be something in their database.
    thats the beauty with it. I havent been on both with the same IP, ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babytroop123456 View Post
    thats the beauty with it. I havent been on both with the same IP, ever.
    1) Have you ever traded/gifted between the two?
    2) The new account has never been logged on via the home IP?
    3) What proxy are you using? If the distance between the location of that IP and your home IP is large, you can end up on a watch list. I've been banned for moving between countries too fast (moving by plane, not proxy).

    They may even flag you to be banned and wait a month or 2 before banning you to monitor your other activities and trades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celestial View Post
    1) Have you ever traded/gifted between the two?
    2) The new account has never been logged on via the home IP?
    3) What proxy are you using? If the distance between the location of that IP and your home IP is large, you can end up on a watch list. I've been banned for moving between countries too fast (moving by plane, not proxy).

    They may even flag you to be banned and wait a month or 2 before banning you to monitor your other activities and trades.
    1. No
    2. No
    3. Yesterday I used a NY proxy, today I used a Germany one...?

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    What everyone's said so far is essentially the same, you've done enough to have a risk and should take it slow. I wouldn't say the risk is overwhelming, but it is definitely there.
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    What it boils down to, is if you're patient enough to maximize your own safety by extending the transition over a month or two,

    or willing to gamble both accounts out of time necessity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod View Post
    What everyone's said so far is essentially the same, you've done enough to have a risk and should take it slow. I wouldn't say the risk is overwhelming, but it is definitely there.
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    What it boils down to, is if you're patient enough to maximize your own safety by extending the transition over a month or two,

    or willing to gamble both accounts out of time necessity.
    so just dont go no either account for 2 months?

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