I’m needing to open another account at overture because I have had my account closed without the option to renew.
what happened is that I was changing over the one site I advertise on there, to another domain and then the old site I put up casino banners and I never got finished changing over the addresses because I was called away. And sure enough they caught me before I caught my mistake… meaning I had casino banners on a page advertised thru them.
Since I don’t expect them to give me a break, … and perhaps deservedly so,… since I broke the rules…. I’ve got to figure out a way back in there so I can advertise. I have several other irons in the fire which have nothing to do with gambling but it sounds like they’re going to suffer too.
can anybody tell me what I will likely need/not need to do in order to get another account going there, without them finding out its me: such as
I have two PCs in my home, using cable broad band. Do you think overture checks the IP addresses? and if so, is my IP address always going to be the same or can it be changed?
Or do I need to go to a friend’s house and open the new account from there?
thanks for any advice in advance.
But you have two PCs why not get another line hook from a different company thus assigning a new IP. Plug one line in for one IP plug the other one in for another.
This chatter is a bit sensitive. This is one way of doing it without disrupting evertything else you have going under your current IP.
Also check your registry for any keys that may have been installed by overture. If you find any delete them. Companies just don’t always track IPs they also somtimes install Reg keys and other stuff for them to track. I would do a complete search on you PC.
I doubt you would have to go to the IP address extreme as there are too many people on DHCP these days and this could severely limit their income if they did that.
Worst case – sign up with your wife’s name (if you are married). Most likely, get a new email address like Webber said and sign up with a different CC (if needed).
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