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Is there any way to have multiple amazon accounts on one computer, other than using virtual machines? If I keep my mac addresses, ips, user accounts all separated and everything, can't I have multiple accounts on one computer without being detected?

The VM stuff is just too complicated for me, and too complicated for my outdated computer, too.
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using VMs is actually 100x easier than trying to keep track of wiping out all the tracking info on your computer. Also your computer key would need to be changed for every account as well. I use an external HD to store all my accounts on and if you have at least 512MB of RAM you will be fine albeit a little slow. I ran 10 accounts off of a netbook.
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In today's world there is no such thing as "The VM stuff is just too complicated for me, and too complicated for my outdated computer, too."
You HAVE to understand the VM stuff and you HAVE to have a decent computer, if you don't, get one. Really.
Plus, if the VM stuff is too complicated for you, then running everything on the same computer will be impossible, actually it's all there in the Amazon Ghost book, look again.

The bottom line is, with a weak attitude you will just not last, because there's 100 more people who are strong and smart and will step over you.
So, please, get a laptop for a few hundred bucks (or at least a memory upgrade for your old one), learn the VM stuff, create 10 accounts and go make some money!
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You can always use dial up then you won't have to worry about the MAC Address.

Another option would be using a different internet provider per account, sounds expensive, but there are cheap prepaid options out there, as long as you sign in, and sign out without doing anything else like watching videos, downloading music,etc.
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You can always use dial up then you won't have to worry about the MAC Address.

Another option would be using a different internet provider per account, sounds expensive, but there are cheap prepaid options out there, as long as you sign in, and sign out without doing anything else like watching videos, downloading music,etc.
If you don't mind me asking what cheap prepaid options are you speaking of? If you can't say them on the forum can you pm me please.
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Dial-up is a pain for multiple stealth Am az on accounts but if you can wait, do it. I do ugh.
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Using separate computers is pretty safe(unless you're scatty brained), needn't be a massive outlay, go down the rubbish dump and find some computers for free
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So I suppose buying a few cheap NIC cards and installing them in your PC would work?
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Here's my new method. I just bought DSL from AT&T. Bought a cheap modem from best buy (compUSA is cheaper I found out). Then I bought the cheapest wireless router I could find (49.99 best buy, 19.99 refurbished compUSA, yet another financial mistake lol). Then i bought up every single cheap refurbished USB Wireless adapters I could find (7.99 a pop at compUSA). You can get them for ~$8 including shipping on amazon; ebay might even be cheaper. I use a sharpie and write the name of the account I use each USB adapter for on the actual adapter. This way I don't confuse them at all.

My actual equipment:
Actiontec Modem, Model# GT701D
Cisco Linsys E1000 Wireless-N Router
Netgear WG111v3 Wireless USB Adapter (1 per account)

You also have to login to your wireless router to change your mac address. It's ridiculously simple and easy. Follow the steps in Amazon Ghost and it works like a charm.

I also spoof the MAC addresses on the VMWare accounts, dunno if this is overkill, but I make sure that even the first 2 sets of numbers of the MAC address are different on each VMWare just to make sure that they can't link them with similar equipment.
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