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Complete guide on our BestBuy CA module
Guest mode is used for checkout tasks. It can be paired with monitor mode to only run when your monitor task detects that an item is in stock. Guest mode tasks will get a list of surrounding stores based on profiles before going into waiting for monitor ping. If a monitor task picks up a store that matches that list, it will ping and begin the checkout process.
Currently, only in-store pickup monitor is supported. Monitor mode will monitor local stores around a set radius based on the user's profile. When using monitor tasks, it'll ping every task that shares the same store as the normal task.
Select the appropriate profile you would like to use to checkout.
DCs and ISPs are the best proxies for Best Buy CA due to speed. Residentials also work but may have high usage. Best Buy CA is pretty strict in terms of IP Ranges, so only Canada-based proxies have been known to work on a consistent basis.
A SKU is an item-specific identification ID that is unique to a single item. Best Buy CA SKUs tend to be near the end of the link. For example, in the link "https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/apple-airpods-max-over-ear-noise-cancelling-bluetooth-headphones-silver/15204589", the SKU is 15204589.
For Best Buy CA, any delay between 3000 and 5000 is good for running 24/7.
A good quantity to use is 1. Most hyped items have a 1-per-cart limit and possibly a 1-per-person or household limit. Most orders won't be able to place if there is more than 1 quantity in the cart.
There are currently two fulfillment options you can utilize:
Will randomly select a store at your pre-defined pickup radius.
Will deliver the item to your shipping address set out in your profile.
Specify the distance from your profile postal code to have your item picked up in-store. If this value is left blank, the default value will be 25 miles. Note that the units are in miles and not kilometers.
Select this checkbox if you want to utilize monitor mode.
Select Use VOIPMS if you would like to use an auto-SMS service. Please ensure your API email and API password (different than your login password) are set up properly in settings as seen below. See below for a quick guide on how to set up and fund your VOIP MS account. Note that you can use a maximum of 1 VOIP.MS number per task. You will need to purchase additional numbers if you intend to run multiple profiles.
Please specify a phone number to send the OTP code to. If no number is set, the phone number attached to your profile will be used instead.
If the item requested requires an OTP code, an automatic harvester should pop up. If this is not the case, manually open up a captcha harvester to input your OTP code followed by submit.
- OTP Number - VOIPMS
- Select Use VOIPMS? If you would like to use an Auto SMS Service. Please ensure your API email and API Password (Different than your Login Password) are setup properly in settings as seen below. See below for a quick guide on how to setup and fund your VOIP MS account.
- NOTE: You can use a maximum of 1 VOIP.MS Number per Task. You will need to purchase additional Numbers if you intend to run multiple profiles
Note: This configuration page can be found here.
- You will also need to enable your Local IP Address to poll messages from VoipMS as well as Enable API
- OTP Number - Manual
- Please specify a phone number to send the OTP Code to, if no number is set, the phone number attached to your profile will be used instead.
- What do I do if the item requested requires OTP Code?
- An automatic harvester should pop up, if this is not the case manually open up a Captcha harvester to input your OTP code followed by submit
- Step 1: Create and fund your account
- If you don't already have an account, create one on the VoIP.ms website. Once you've created your account, make sure it is funded with sufficient credit to cover the cost of your DID number(s).
- Step 2: Go to the DID Numbers tab and Order DIDs
- After logging in to your account, navigate to the DID Numbers tab and select "Order DIDs." This will bring up a search page where you can select the parameters for your DID number.
- Step 3: Search for Local Canadian Numbers with SMS/MMS Support
- Search for Canadian numbers with SMS/MMS support by selecting the appropriate filters. Look for a green cellphone icon next to the number to ensure that it supports SMS/MMS.
- Step 4: Choose the Per Minute Plan
- Select the per-minute plan, which costs 85 cents per number per month. You won't have to worry about the per-minute cost since you won't be using the number for phone calls.
- Step 5: Choose any POP server
- You can choose any POP server. Select the one closest to you.
- Step 6: Manage your DIDs
- After ordering your DID number, go to the Manage DIDs subtab under the DID Numbers main tab. Look for the number you just purchased and click the orange edit button.
- Step 7: Enable SMS/MMS Support
- Scroll down to the "SMS" section and check the "Enable SMS/MMS" box. The fees for SMS are extremely cheap.