Task Setup Guide for Euronics.
In this article, we will cover how to set-up your tasks for an Euronics release.
Create a task
To create a task, open your tasks.csv file within the Carnage folder.
Here you'll need to complete the following columns:
In order to run the Euronics module, input Euronics here.
For this column you need to enter the PID of the item that you would like to purchase.
You can find a PID on Euronics by locating the URL of your desired product.
In this instance, the PID is the number at the end of the link: 202010675
Here you need to insert a valid profile name. Your profile will be used during the checkout process, therefore make sure that your details are correct.
Additionally, you need to input your province within your profile in the abbreviated format. For example, Rome would be RM.
Address 2 is also not used for Euronics.
There are three payment methods available. These are PayPal, Bank and Credit Card.
The PayPal option will send you a webhook that will allow you to checkout the item manually. You will need the extension installed for this.
You must have the Carnage Bot extension installed in order successfully access the Paypal link.
The Credit Card option will automatically checkout the item for you. You will most likely need to be prepared to accept your banks 3DS when this happens.
The Bank option will allow you to pay via bank transfer.
Input Default here.
This is how often you would like your tasks to refresh. We recommend using 3000 here.
If you are using proxies, you may want to increase/decrease the delays depending on your setup.
Here you want to select the proxies that you would like to use. We recommend that you use a mixture of datacentre and sticky residential proxies to ensure the best likely-hood of success.
We would not recommend that you run any more than two tasks proxyless.
We recommend a proxy to task ratio of 3:1 this is to help you avoid getting your proxies banned.
You can click the image to enlarge it, or you can download this example file at the bottom of this article.