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#1 Elva

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 04:51 PM

I know this is not toted as a good idea, but I've been SSing for NP - only about 40k a day, though. Reason is because I can never seem to sell stuff I get from ABing despite having the lowest price on the market (so my eventual profit is about 2k per item), and it's a massive hassle for me to have to keep manually lowering prices to way below the cheapest on the SW. This isn't because I'm impatient, I literally have items sitting in my shop that have been lowest-on-SW for a week now.

 

My question is - I always make sure my scores are somewhat reasonable, and don't always go for the 1000-NP score for every game. I stay off the high score boards, shuffle up the games a bit and play at least 2 games legit every day. I've never gotten reviewed. Been doing this for almost 2 weeks now without an issue yet.

 

I'm aware that there's always a risk even if you don't cheat, but do you think this is relatively safe? With the exception of sending ridiculously high scores with impossible times, roughly how many days/weeks does TNT take to freeze your account if they start to get suspicious?



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Posted 29 July 2013 - 05:28 PM

If you increase your minimum profit, maybe you'll buy more desirable items which will make them sell faster. Thus resulting in moar np for you. Score sending is a terrible way to make NP imo.



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Posted 29 July 2013 - 05:41 PM

i don't AB too. it's a terrible way of earning nps for me personally because i hardly get anything. it's not made for those with low internet connectivity.

 

i've been SS for nps for almost a month now. i think you're doing fine. make sure you play the games by yourself on the 25th to get the "feel" of the games. shuffle your games daily and group them into their respective ids after that. add or remove a few games every once in a while to look human.

 

uhh what else? try not to play SS for more than 2 hours maybe? no one can play games back-to-back for that long imo.



#4 rowdierowd

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 05:41 PM

Yeah to answer your question you should be okay doing what you doing but honestly abing is a way better way to make nps. You just need to play with your settings. I easily make 1m a day abing with high volume low profit.



#5 KyloRen

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 07:17 PM

Yeah to answer your question you should be okay doing what you doing but honestly abing is a way better way to make nps. You just need to play with your settings. I easily make 1m a day abing with high volume low profit.

He can't play with the settings, changing the settings for Abrosia is restricted to advanced only (or mod, admin. Basically anything except normal member.)
The only thing he can really change is his profit margin.

Try raising your profit margin. Oh and, use the neon-AP in the manager to price your items, no more manual pricing. You could also advertise your shop on neo's shop ads board.

As for the SS: any program will always, always carry a risk, no matter how "safe" you try and make it. So saying "it's safe or even relatively safe" (at least in my book) doesn't mean that much (as nothing will ever be 100% safe, I'd doubt even 70%.) TNT works in odd ways, with them at the helm who knows what they're going to do.

Edited by Satsuki, 29 July 2013 - 07:22 PM.


#6 anewvision

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 07:22 PM

You're always kinda sticking your neck out a bit with SSing, but if you keep the amount of time you play and how many games you play to a human level you should be relatively safe... but be warned of an SSers worst nightmare... the dreaded RANDOM REVIEW!!! It is rare, and it is for no reason at all, but if you SSed that score, even if legit, they will most likely give you the icy ban hammer of justice.

 

The secret to RSing is to just WAIT... wait... wait... wait... Sometimes it takes a really long time, but if you AB enough, your shop will start to fill up and items will begin to move rather regularly



#7 Jess

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 07:52 PM


You're always kinda sticking your neck out a bit with SSing, but if you keep the amount of time you play and how many games you play to a human level you should be relatively safe... but be warned of an SSers worst nightmare... the dreaded RANDOM REVIEW!!! It is rare, and it is for no reason at all, but if you SSed that score, even if legit, they will most likely give you the icy ban hammer of justice.
 
The secret to RSing is to just WAIT... wait... wait... wait... Sometimes it takes a really long time, but if you AB enough, your shop will start to fill up and items will begin to move rather regularly

That also varies... I got reviewed 18 times in 3 hours while ssing and didn't get banned for it.

As far as abing... you might want to choose a shop and make a list of quick selling common items.

#8 anewvision

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 07:54 PM

That also varies... I got reviewed 18 times in 3 hours while ssing and didn't get banned for it.

As far as abing... you might want to choose a shop and make a list of quick selling common items.

Everything varies... we will never know for sure how TNT works



#9 Elva

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 08:10 PM

Thanks for all the replies, guys. I'm a girl by the way, but I guess it's not very obvious with my anonymous profile appearance :p

 

Yeah, my internet connectivity isn't the best, so I miss a lot. I guess I'll give ABing another go sometime when I have time to sit down and make a proper list. :) Thanks also for the suggestion on keeping the total SS time down - I usually run it for about 2.5 hours since I can easily spend that much time legitimately gaming when I don't have other commitments, but I can see how that wouldn't be believable as a daily occurrence.




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