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Hello, I've bought the Amazon Ghost guide and I've some questions.

1-I thought to buy gift card using a working and no stealthing account but if I apply the card to my anonymous account, can amazon track the gift card number back to my working account?

2-About browser fingerprint, using a non persistent linux distro installed on a usb drive, could taht be a valid alternative to virtual machine?

3-Because the distro is non persistent, it doesn't save cookies or information but does the browser fingerprint change every time I use it?

4-Do you know stores that sell amazon.uk gift cards and deliver them by email?

5-Otherwise, do you know websites where I can buy anonymous throwaway credit cards?
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Reply to the 1 question please, it's the most important
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Welcome to the forums.

1. For gift cards, you register your f*ke details to the card and that's what AZ sees - you will NOT be traced back unless you do massive fraud...then AZ is the LEAST of your problems. Which gift card you used? Telling would help.

2. Dont know much about Linux...or anything for that matter some might argue :P

3. Browser fingerprint would be more dependent on the actual browser and what programs you have running in the background - not just on the linux I would think.

4. Dont know.

5. Look at 3v cards, Tesco cards, - physical is better or speak to some sellers here.
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Thank you.
I think aspkin should think about the use of linux distro, it could be a brand new way to remain totally anonymous.

Regarding the gift cards of question 1, I mean amazon e-vouchers that I apply to my gift card balance.
I use a little trick to obtain free books from AZ but I need to pay (at the moment) them only using only the gift balance of the account.
So somewhere I need to buy these vouchers and what I would to know was if, using my real credit card (I can't use f*ke details), AZ could track back the number of the voucher I've purcheased.

Another question regards the close accounts.
If I close a legit account, does amazon keep the information about it (MAC, browser fingerprint....)?
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Given what we know of amazon, they retain such info.

Majority of ecommerce platforms retain info pertaining to 'closed' accounts.

One would ask why bother to close an account voluntarily. (But I'm not going to do that).
Amazon accounts are difficult to maintain so such closures appear unusual


I am a fan of LINUX. I used Red Hat for years because I despise microsoft/monoply. LOL.
However, the forum caters for a variety of users whose own knowledge may not be up to dealing with the specialised nuances of Torvalds' genius.
Other options are given.
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One would ask why bother to close an account voluntarily. (But I'm not going to do that).
Amazon accounts are difficult to maintain so such closures appear unusual
Well, I'm not a seller and I'm not actually in the amazon blacklist but because of what I do, for examples give f*ke details, I think that close the account after a while could be a good way to avoid AZ controls.

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I am a fan of LINUX. I used Red Hat for years because I despise microsoft/monoply. LOL.
However, the forum caters for a variety of users whose own knowledge may not be up to dealing with the specialised nuances of Torvalds' genius.
Other options are given.
Ok, but use the browser of ubuntu on usb drive is very simple...
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