Get back on Amazon Step-by-Step with Amazon Stealth

Published: 23rd February 2011
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Those who uses or have used Amazon may probably know of the word "Amazon Stealth". It actually refers to those accounts which are not connected with each other, but in reality, a single person actually owns them. Amazon Ghost was introduced in year 2010, which introduces the idea of Amazon stealth accounts.

Amazon stealth accounts are trickier to setup than accounts on eBay and PayPal. It's not a simple task of removing browser cookies and Flash objects and then going from there. Amazon tracks your browser footprint including user agent, headers, plugin details, time zone, system fonts, etc. Also your IP address, browser cookies, name, email address and much more. Creating stealth accounts basically means that we are creating a new profile on a new acount, but that's just the tip of the iceberg.

The difficult part is creating your stealth account without being linked to any other accounts. That's why forums, blogs and even eBooks like Amazon Ghost were created to help honest sellers get back on Amazon.

It's predecessor, eBay stealth, basically executes the same function, and that's where Amazon stealth is patterned after. In all practicality, that's the real meaning behind Amazon stealth.

AmazonStealth.com has released a guide that is utter waste of time and money in my opinion. The author simply used the same data from eBay Stealth, nonchalantly took some photos from it and used them on their guide, copied some wordings without even bothering to alter them, and pasted "Amazon Stealth" all over the place. That is just so wrong.

Amazon Ghost, created by aspkin, is the only reputable guide that is highly recommended if you want to set up Amazon stealth accounts. You don't have to worry about having your Amazon account suspended anymore!


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