Is it Posiblle !! ?? HMM
So im currently in Mexico and im going back to the US , in 2weeks.
Thats my problem.
All my current neopets logins are associated in Mexicos IP ADRESSES.
If i login to my neopets account once Im back in the US.
Is it posibble to be frozen for Suspicious activity , or just get frozen for changing.?
or is this similar to the function of proxies?
HMMM.. . .
Yes it's possible. How far of a distance are you traveling? Just across the border or hundreds of miles? Are you flying or driving? Whenever I drive to a new location (like when I moved states) I made sure to log on on my phone multiple times along the way to have a record of IP addresses in a line marking my movement. Are all your accounts legit or illegit?
Most are legit , few are illegit.
Im just about 3hrs away in distance.
I stayed in Argentina for a while and when we came back to the US I logged in and had no issues. That was a while ago though.
It shouldn't be a problem then. That's well within reasonable distance. Though if you have the option to log on while traveling I'd take it.
Originally Posted by TreesNut
Thanks for the quick response.
Originally Posted by Owl
thanks for you quick response as well , defiinitly going to login if my brother takes his laptop that way , i dont lose what i have earned.
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It shouldn't be a problem. Once I took a vacation to Europe and logged into neo using wifi in several different countries over the course of a week. TNT understands that people move around - 3 hours distance really shouldn't be a big deal.
I've traveled across the US (from the West coast to New York area) and never had any issues at all with my account. They know people travel, and if you aren't logging in and then moving all of your NP/items/pets to a random account or something, nothing really looks suspicious.
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Yeah, I doubt three hours will be a problem. Maybe even put a note to TNT on your profiles like some people do saying you'll be moving? I'm not sure if that actually works or not... but I doubt it could hurt. I agree with the logging in a few times along the way, though. Can't be too careful!
I moved from Australia to the UK three years ago and logged straight back on once I had moved. I had no issues.