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how to bypass website knowing im the same person

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Changing your modern IP address is different, try using a VPN. If you are using chrome you can find some free extension ones off of the chrome extension store 

there is a streaming video site they let you stream 1 video for free as a trial without even needing an account or even a credit card ect

i wanted to watch another video but it saying  you have already streamed 1 free video please join now to watch more video

 

i tried resting my modem changing ip address clearing my history cookies ect trying another browser and restarting my computer with no luck

what other things can i try

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1 minute ago, Mr. Grim said:

You can use a VPN

i said i changed my ip address should have said it was via using a vpn

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Changing your modern IP address is different, try using a VPN. If you are using chrome you can find some free extension ones off of the chrome extension store 

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Just now, Mr. Grim said:

Changing your modern IP address is different, try using a VPN. If you are using chrome you can find some free extension ones off of the chrome extension store 

thanks i just tried tor as i think it uses vpn and it worked

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8 minutes ago, Mr. Grim said:

No problem

i closed tor by mistake connected back to tor again and site says ive already streamed 1 video

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Just now, Mr. Grim said:

Pick a new location for the VPN, then reload and it should work.

how?

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Depends what VPN you are using, can you send a screenshot of the client? (MAKE SURE TO BLUR OUT YOUR ORIGINAL IP)

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5 minutes ago, Mr. Grim said:

Depends what VPN you are using, can you send a screenshot of the client? (MAKE SURE TO BLUR OUT YOUR ORIGINAL IP)

im just using tor

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50 minutes ago, gt710 said:

i wanted to watch another video but it saying  you have already streamed 1 free video please join now to watch more video

If you like the service and intend to watch multiple videos on the platform why not just subscribe and get access?

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11 minutes ago, Spotty said:

If you like the service and intend to watch multiple videos on the platform why not just subscribe and get access?

i only wanted to watch 2 videos on the site

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4 hours ago, gt710 said:

i closed tor by mistake connected back to tor again and site says ive already streamed 1 video

Then close and relaunch Tor again. 

Everytime you launch Tor you get a new circuit and there is a chance your exit node is not blocked on that site. 

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