How should I approach this?
So I am getting an account soon with 140m and a bd pet
And I am wondering how should I approach this?
First time ever securing an account...
Should I put it straight to my main?...or what do I do I seriously need help
I am trying to not get frozen too haha
Is the account you are getting active?
In all honesty, it might have been a better idea to start small if you don't know how to secure things, and then move up to higher end stuff.
I have read plenty of times, on here, people who buy huge accounts with no idea what they are doing. D:
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No. Don't even thing about putting anything on your main for at least a few months.
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It's semi active...like 28+ days ago inactive maybe more from what I am hearing...
And ahh I should of started small
But it's okay
Il give it a try ELOHEL
I just need help on what to do?
Last edited by Maison; 02-04-2013 at 12:52 PM.
If i was in your situation
I'd get a proxy
start converting bits of their money into ets, and send it off to shells. but be gentle about it
and let them sit or jiggle them around idk
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I like the term "jiggle them around" Haha.
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all that at once would be waaay too much. I would wait a bit.
tips for securing shelll, look at their user account info find what state or country they are from, use a proxy from that area, change email first..... see if this goes unnoticed for a few months..
then change password.....
then let the account sit for a bit since it is semi-activish....
remember to log such info as birthday so when it sits and locks you can unlock it. then Slowllllllly move stuff around (its a long process but if done proper you wont get frozen)
when I say slowly move max of 3 items a month.
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Since its a rich account, it would probably change its pasword often...
Originally Posted by utahclock
yes, but if you changed thier email, with out them noticing.... then all you have to do is password request..
Originally Posted by babytroop123456