Platinum proxy

Platinum proxy are executed on a new, improved kernel based on a SOCKS5 protocol. These proxies are not included in any black-lists and are intended for 'white' projects exclusively. In the near future, we are planning to add a http (s) protocols.

Features of the platinum proxy:

  • These are private proxiesPackages are given only to trusted and reliable customers, in a narrowly limited number of hands.
  • Updates in a real-time modeNon-working IP updates for 1 minute, maintaining a permanent online of the whole package.
  • GEO and amount by requestCurrently we offering a RU, UA and MIX packages up to 2000 proxies. If you need more options - we will provide that!
  • Proxy for 'white' projects
    • registrations and social networks
    • checking, parsing
    • using in SEO and other activities
  • Traffic and speed are not limitedWe do not limit programmatically either the speed channel or the total amount of traffic - work without restrictions.
  • Port restrictionsThe mail ports 25, 465 and 587 are closed. It will not work with mailings through these proxies.

As a result, platinum proxy are ideal for demanding quality customers for 'white' jobs.

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Why is platinum proxy a good choice?

Proxies are only given to trusted and reliable customers
Priority technical support via Jabber, Skype, Telegram, ICQ
24 hours moneyback is guaranteed (for week and month-long packages only)
Unlimited bandwidth on all tariffs
Lock 25, 465 and 587 ports
Maximum using of proxy and absence in various black lists and other lists
SOCKS5 protocol support
Free testing during one hour
Individual approach to each client

Still have questions?

If you do not know if our proxies are suitable for your needs or if you are not sure what to choose.
Contact us by email support@rsocks.net or via ticket support system in your personal dashboard.

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