Tips for making bought UCs look [kinda] legit?
Haven't bought one yet, but I plan to do it soon. I read all the guides on here about it (the after care one, what not to do, etc) but I was wondering if you lovely people had any additional tips for curious buyers like me.
I was planning on having it transferred to my old main (it's 11) after sprucing it up and then just keeping it there as a permie. Should I use a proxy when accessing the account for a few weeks, to be safe? Then just kinda reclaim it as my side later on?
Help me, I'm inept. :,D
Sooo, just to be clear: it's on a side account that you don't want TNT to identify as a side right now, but want to use again as a side later on?
Honestly though, if you've read the guides and plan on following these, you should be good to go. Just don't do anything stupid. If you really want to be safe, stay off the PC for a few months. After that, even if people do report you, you ~should~ be fine.
if its your old main why use a proxy tho
And just dont go around on the boards with it dont even speak its name to anybody
and then as youre having it sit on the account do cute lil things like getting it a nice matching petpet, some nc items and whatnot to decorate it with, grab some minimalist css premade layout like everyone has and edit it around to match the pet , write some cute shit "came home to our family on (insert date here)"
Just observe how legit pets are treated (idk how to say it) and go from there as inspiration to make your sinful purchased one seem okay
Oh I won't ever get on the PC. It'll be a permie pet.
You're right. Using a proxy would be really pointles.s -Dumb-
And yes, that's the idea. I haven't accessed it in well over 200 days, so I think it won't raise red flags if I get on, fix it up, and THEN 'adopt' a UC. At least I don't think it should.
Not sure how I'll reclaim it as a side without being suspicious, though. I just want to have 2 accounts and a UC. :,(
As long as you're not frequently on the PC just don't be careless. Heads up though, you don't even have to be /trading/ the pet in question for the PC to get nosy. Seriously, they'll go through your pets and check caches even if you're not trading lol.
Make the pet look "presentable"- add a lookup, some text about it, maybe even a makeshift pet page with some writing. Buy some customization stuff- Make everything look like it's being "lived in".
Stay off the PC, and hopefully you're not known on there. They're nosy as fuck.
Don't bring attention to it (no fake adoption boards, those ALWAYS fail)
And like others said, spruce up the pet lookup and make the pet look "loved."
The pet will be loved, so I won't have any trouble there!
And I NEVER get on the PC, not even to lurk.
Thank you for the tips! Much appreciated. c:
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Stay away from the pound chat.
All of those people are no-life envious people.
They'll start checking your account to see if the pet was recently transfered to your account. If it was, they'll report you before you notice about it.
It's easy, actually.
Just don't have a uc that looks worth 10x more than the account you're putting it on (i.e; a uc royal on a semi-main with 100 avs)
Give it a nice lookup, write a blurb about the pet. even if you plan on putting it uft.
Migrate to the PC slowly, and avoid making it active (get like a draik or smth, detract attention away from it) you can even get lookups that hide your uc til it caches.
And just act natural. Don't mention your uc pet in like, every other sentence.
Be nice to PC'ers, and they'll be nice to you. Don't be like OVERLY nice either, just act casual. I have done this with many uc's, and none are frozen.
you don't need to go on perma lockdown.
EDIT: you don't need to claim it as a side at all. you can play it off as a sister/friend who quit a long time ago, and you badgered them for their uc or something. |D or an adoption, PM me if you'd want more info on how it'd work.
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