I’m just starting to get into the sneaker game and I purchased this bot. I thought I was making a wise decision. This shoe has gotten me NO pairs of shoes. The bot is having difficulties for sure, today while I was going for the new adidas zx4000 I had 50 tasks going. Only a couple tasks made it through and I had like 3 saying, waiting for captcha solver. I was sitting there solving captchas for at least 15 minutes and none of my tasks got through. To make things worse the admins on the discord are never present and if u have a question expect to wait at least 3 hours for a reply. It just seems like they don’t really care about their customers. Also the bot is just buggy, every release Something goes wrong. Also they claim to have good proxy testers, little do u know until u actually buy the bot, that the bot cannot even test residential proxies AT ALL! Every time you try to test out residential proxies the bot claims none of them are working. Tbh if I could go back in time and take back my purchase for $300, I would do it in a heartbeat.
Right Click is a startup that introduced an A.I.-powered chatbot that creates websites. It asks general questions during the conversation like “What industry you belong to?” and “Why do you want to make a website?” and creates customized templates as per the given answers. Hira Saeed tried to divert it from its job by asking it about love, but what a smart player it is! By replying to each of her queries, it tried to bring her back to the actual job of website creation. The process was short but keeps you hooked.
When BotEngine was released, I was an instant customer. I built and deployed bots on at least four other platforms while waiting for BotEngine and every one of those platforms was problematic. Either they weren't reliable and would malfunction without warning, or they were free and then not free and then kind of free and then not, etc, so i would gladly recommend.
Cons: The Learning Academy and help topics are not sufficient to train you to use this product. It took a lot of stumbling through (and still does) on how to figure out what to do and how to train the chatbot. Also - support is only available through email, would be extremely helpful to be able to get help in realtime.... You would think a chat product would have the ability to LiveChat with it's customers!
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