Oculus Network Retail

The retail residential plan is a plan that works on retail sites. These sites include Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, and Target.  If you are looking for a plan that works on these sites, this is the best option we can provide to combat anti-bot on retail sites. A reminder that some DC ISPs may become blocked on these sites due to extensive bot protection. 

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As retail websites are highly targeted for fraudulent activities through residential networks. We must comply with our upstream provider's standards in order to provide you with the highest quality residential plan.

 

What is a KYC?

To purchase the retail residential plan, there is something known as a "silent KYC" that happens. This means your name, billing, shipping address, and country simply have to match your profile. You also have to pick the bot you will be using before you purchase the plan. 

 

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What else do I have to do?

When checking out, it is important you include your billing and shipping exactly that matches your credit card. If anything does not match, then you will get awarded a regular performance plan and you should open a ticket in discord if you want to see why you failed the KYC.

 

There is a screen popping up saying that I have to submit a picture of my ID. What does this mean? 

This is a security protocol that must be filled out if you did not pass the KYC. Usually, all you have to do is go to your profile and submit the above information. If that does not work, you can still submit your ID. It is safe. Oculus Networks does not retain or see any data that is processed through the KYC process – it is conducted by a well-known verification service, https://shuftipro.com/. If you do not feel comfortable with providing any details, you're welcome to use our ISP plans for retail botting. Again, this only happens if there is an issue with your profile. If you have any questions, you may ask in our discord. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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