Through the Amazon Flex app, users communicate with the Amazon Flex servers. Following submission to the app, you can review and approve the blockages. For them, these servers serve as storage. That's good, but something awful is going on in the background.
The script operators have gotten in the way of the Flex app and server as you touch away trying to capture a block. allowing them direct access to blocks They operate as the "man in the middle," allowing blocks to be obtained straight from Amazon's servers prior to being sent to the Flex app. hence eliminating any chance for regular users to encounter the block.
Through the Amazon Flex app, users communicate with the Amazon Flex servers. You can verify.
Scripts, you see, allow the wicked people to accept blocks more quickly. The essential
Most likely, there is competition between the script groups as well. Having a speedier and better script is your only chance to compete. I'm sure some hidden corner of the internet is host to a massive world of drama and sabotage
This post was prepared in an effort to shed more light on the mysterious and opaque world of Amazon Flex scripts. In the forums and groups, false information is regularly circulated. This inaccurate information is likely due to ignorance and the script users themselves. In my opinion, Amazon Flex drivers must be allowed to have open and informed discussions regarding using scripts. Ultimately, knowledge is a
Nevertheless, it doesn't seem as though Amazon will
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