DISCLOSURE/DISCLAIMER: If you choose to use an automation bot/script to click for you, you do so at your own risk. The company has advised that they do not recommend doing so because it opens your account up to risk. The examples they give involve someone approaching you, offering you an automation script, getting your log-in info, and then hacking your account. Nothing is 100% secure. Technically, I suppose a developer could create a script that would report back to them your log-info, so there is always potential for hacking when involving a third party, especially a third party that is highly technically savvy. It is up to you to determine your own risk and to decide whether to take that risk. I am not recommending that you use the automation bot. I am simply making it available. I cannot guarantee security. Use it at your own risk. If your account gets hacked, that's on you. If you account gets banned for some reason related to using a script that causes your account to behave in a certain way, that's on you. The company is never going to recommend that you use a bot that someone else programmed. Why would they? That would put the liability for any hacking risk upon them. Whether they actually care one way or the other about people automating repetitive office tasks, I have no idea. But it seems to me that they make their money on transaction fees and they want as many transactions as possible, thus slowing down the number of cycles you do each is not in their best interest. However, getting accounts hacked is not in their best interest either. Keep in mind that in order to withdraw you need a separate transaction password and facial recognition for each withdrawal. You also need ID verification to change your withdrawal wallet address. The security practices in place are good. But that is no guarantee. My philosophy on this topic is, that you are a business owner. You have certain actions that you need to perform on a daily basis in your business. If you choose to outsource certain tasks so that you do not have do them all manually, that is up to you as a business owner to decide. You can hire staff. You can entrust those staff with clicking, as part of their job. You can use software. That software could be used to do clicking, based on what you told it to do. See, you are making the decision. It's your business. No one can come along and tell you that you can't use a printer... that you must manually hand-draw copies of everything you need copies of because using a printer carries risk. That would be absurd. The idea that somehow using software to click stuff that you would otherwise have to get out of bed to click is somehow "bad" or unethical is equally as absurd. Having said that, if I were forced to give a recommendation about using automated software for this, my recommendation would have to be "don't do it" simply for liability purposes, not because I think there is anything wrong with it. But there is a script that works for such. I've made it available to you, as a business owner, in case you choose to use it. By moving forward and downloading or using the software you hold Reginald Stinson, and harmless and free of any liability for any damages or losses you may experience as a result of using the script.

Use of a VPS is recommended. If you will not be using a VPS but will be using on a local computer, skip to Step 4 below.

STEP 1: Get VPS Service

Using a VPS allows you to run your automation 24/7 without interruption and without occupying a local computer. This removes the variables for power outages, internet connection interruptions and human errors such as accidentally closing your laptop, or having the kids close the bot program because they were trying to play Minecraft or... whatever. A VPS is no mandatory. You can run the script on a local computer if you choose. However, if you wish to use the done-for-you set-up service that we'll be implementing soon, you'll need a VPS account to do that because the tech service guy can't come to your house to set it up for you. He can only do it virtually.

STEP 2: Configuring Your VPS

STEP 3: (For Mac Users): VPS Remote Desktop Install and Connect

STEP 4: (For PC Users): VPS Remote Desktop Connection


STEP 5: Installing Firefox, Python, Setting Up Automation Script/Bot

You were sent access to download the script before you were allowed to access this instructions page. If you did not receive access to the script download you should not be here. These resources are only allowed for our direct COTPS teammates who have funded $500+ USDT.

Some people have gotten confused because they "don't have the script downloaded to their VPS, but only on their home computer." If you are using the VPS you need to download the script to your home computer. The script cannot run on your home computer to make actions happen on the virtual terminal. The purpose here is to install the automation script on your .
Connect to your virtual terminal using your remote desktop, log in to your virtual terminal, open your Gmail inbox, go to the email with the script access, click the button to access the secure folder and download the script to your virtual terminal, just as you would if you were downloading it to your home PC.

How to Run Multiple Automation Bots on One VPS/Device

Optional Done-For-You Script Set-Up Service:

Before you order, set up your VPS service and get your:

-Hostname/IP address

All three of these will be provided via email by your VPS service provider once your server and terminal are set up.
This data is needed by the developer in order to connect to your virtual terminal to set up your automation script. You will enter it after you place your order for the set-up.

Note your order number after your payment.
Note the email address

This is the address that notifications will come from when your set-up is complete. I've added it here because some people had been notified but never noticed the email.

Set-up times are estimated at 2 to 3 days but this fluctuates based on how many orders he has to complete.
If it's been 3 days and you haven't heard back, you can contact us via that email address.

Consider that it would not take you anywhere near 2 days to simply follow the set-up instructions above.

Keep in mind that once you are set up you'll want to change your password for your VPS access, and update the new password in your own Remote Desktop client.

Below is a video walk-through of how to do that.

By using this information, including use of the automation script, you agree to hold harmless and Stinson Marketing Group LLC. Any losses or damages, whether real or perceived, are your responsibility. Use this information and any provided resources at your own risk. Nothing on this website is meant to guarantee or imply income or profit results in any way. Results can vary in business. Any results shown/given here are for hypothetical example purposes only and may represent exceptional, not typical results. Your results could be different. It should be assumed that we earn commission from any purchase made for any product offered. This is not investment advice or financial advice. Seek the counsel of a qualified financial advisor for such. The speaker is sharing only personal opinion and experience for informational, educational, entertainment or documentary purposes. Trading/investing/business carries risk. Past performance is not an indication of future results. Never risk funds you are not willing to lose.

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