Profile Builder - Getting Started Guide

Profile Builder is a central hub allowing you to build up a profile piece by piece through generating virtual cards, creating unique billing profiles through jigs, then using those profiles to generate accounts on a wide variety of websites. Additionally, you can manage and edit spreadsheets, export your billing profiles in hundreds of different bot formats, and use Tuner to build activity on your Nike SNKRS accounts.

Profiles | Google Forms and Sheets | Virtual Cards | Accounts | Tuner | Settings and FAQs

Profiles

The first view you will see in Profile Builder is the Profiles section, where all of your Profiles are kept and managed. There are options to create new profiles, import existing data, organize and jig your profiles, develop expression templates, and more.

Creating A Profile | Importing Many Profiles | Profiles with Errors | Importing/Export | Jigging | Mass Edit & Expressions | Profiles Tips and Tricks

Creating A Profile

Profile Builder helps you to create and build up profiles to be used in numerous ways, from generating accounts to exporting them to your favorite supported programs. But it all starts with a profile.

  1. From Profiles, click on File > New. A dialog will appear where you can begin to fill in your profile information. You will want to use the original information and then use the features of Profile Builder to jig them into 1000s of additional profiles.

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Importing Many Profiles

If you have a large number of profiles you want to add all at once rather than one by one, you should do this using the Official Google Sheet template. This will allow you to enter the data into the Google Sheet, and then import it to Profile Builder using the CSV/Google Sheet/Form template. You can use this link to make a copy of the Google Sheet Template. Once you create a copy and add the necessary profile information, you can download it from Google Sheets. (File > Download > Comma-separated values)

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Once you have downloaded the Google Sheet, you can import it directly into Profile Builder. PLEASE ENSURE THAT ONCE YOU HAVE DOWNLOADED THE CSV FROM GOOGLE SHEETS YOU DO NOT OPEN IT IN MICROSOFT EXCEL. Opening it in Microsoft Excel will mess up the CSV format and can result in the profile information being imported incorrectly.

To import the downloaded CSV, you can drag it from the folder you saved it to on top of the Profiles section. This will trigger the import dialog allowing you to choose a format and import it directly. Alternatively, you can also import using File > Import > Clicking on the Paper icon and locating the file, then press Import.

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Profiles With Errors

When creating or importing profiles, be it on your own or if you are running slots, sometimes you may end up importing profiles with errors or profiles that are incomplete. When Profile Builder detects these, it will highlight them with a warning triangle. You can hover over the triangle in order to see what is causing the error. Something to note is that when exporting profiles with an error, they will not be included in the export by default. You will need to click on the checkbox to allow profiles with errors to be exported.

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Importing/Exporting Profiles

While we looked at Importing Profiles earlier, I want to cover it again here before we get into one of the core features of Profile Converter: being able to export your Profiles to over 100+ different bot formats.

Importing

When importing your profiles, be it in the CSV format or a Supported Bot Import, you can drag it from the folder the file is in on top of the Profiles section. This will trigger the import dialog allowing you to choose a format and import it directly. Alternatively, you can also import using File > Import > Clicking on the Paper icon and locating the file, then press Import.

Exporting

Once you have profiles inside Profile Builder, you can begin looking at exporting profiles in a supported format. Profile Builder will export selected profiles or all profiles, depending on your selection.

  1. Select your Profiles, and click File > Export. This will open the dialog with a list of supported Export formats. You can choose one or multiple formats to export.
  2. You can also use Favorites to set formats that will always appear at the top of your list.

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Jigging

Jigging allows you to create multiple unique profiles from one by making slight variations to the original profile. Jigging your profiles can help you bypass websites with one order per customer detection. To have more control over which jigs you can use Expressions.

Edit Profile

One of the ways to jig a profile is by editing an individual profile. To do that, you can edit a Profile, and under Advanced Jig Options, some options allow you to jig the profile Name, Email, Phone Number, and Address. This is the least efficient way to jig a profile.
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Jig for One or Multiple Profiles

Rather than using the jig options under Edit Profile, it is more efficient to use the Edit > Jig option to have more control over what jig options are used.

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Create in Category: This allows you to specify a new or existing category for the jigged profiles to be created in.

Number of Jigs for each Profile: This allows you to specify the number of individual jigs of each selected profile. If you have five profiles selected to jig and you put down two, it will create ten jigged profiles.

The Checkboxes: The checkboxes for Name, Email, Phone Address, Billing Address, and Shipping Address allow you to specify which profile fields you want to be jigged. If you unselect one, Profile Builder will not change that field.

Only Checkout Once: This will allow you to change the "Only Checkout Once" option in your profile. If this setting is turned on it means if you are running the same profile on multiple tasks in your bot, and 1 of those tasks checks out, it will stop the other task.  

CatchAll Email Domain: If you would like to quickly assign a random catch-all email to all of your profiles, simply type in your catch-all in this format: "@yourcatchallhere" another example: "@aycd.io"

Mass Edit & Expressions

Mass Edit allows you to edit specific fields of a profile across an unlimited amount of selected profiles. Mass Edit can be especially useful if you are looking to adjust a field with a common value across many profiles or even more so when you are taking advantage of expressions.

Mass Edit

To perform a Mass Edit, you must select all the profiles you want to modify. There are several ways to select multiple profiles; you can read about them in this article. After you have selected the profiles you want to edit, click on Edit > Mass Edit/Jig, which will show the Mass Edit dialog pictured below. Click on the checkbox beside the field you want to edit, and type the change you want to make. Any unchecked fields will remain unchanged, and changes will only apply to the selected fields.
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Expressions/Jig

Expressions are used in the Mass Edit dialog. You can access the legend of available expressions by clicking on Available Expressions. You can click on them to get a description and example of how they are used and even test expressions before using them to edit Profiles.
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Profiles Tips and Tricks

Below are some tips and tricks that are specific to the Profiles section and will help to make things even easier for you as you manage your profiles and continue to use Profile Builder.

Dragging and Dropping Profiles: We added the ability to now select profiles then drag and drop them into existing categories, or over the empty space to create a new one! You can also create a new category by selecting profiles and clicking the Create Category button at the bottom.
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Copy, Cut and Paste Profiles: In addition to being able to drag and drop profiles between categories, you can now also copy and paste them. To do this you can select a set of profiles, press CTRL + C which will copy it or CTRL + X which will cut it from where it is then paste it using CTRL + V. This will create a copy of the profile wherever you pasted it, or if you cut, it will move them to your paste location.
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Send to Spreadsheets: Send to Spreadsheets allows you to send profiles you have in Profiles to the Spreadsheets allowing you to make edits there or get them ready for export to a supported Bot format that uses CSVs or XLXS formats. You can use Send to Spreadsheets by selecting profiles and then clicking on Options > Send to Spreadsheets. 
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Export Favorites: Setting favorites is a great way to make exporting profiles to bots you use regularly faster than ever. When you go to export a Profile under File > Export towards the bottom there is a favorites button. Clicking that will create a dialog with a dropdown allowing you to select favorites which will then appear at the top of your export list in green.
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Google Forms and Sheets

We have created a Google Form Template for those who collect information from other users to run slot or ACO services. This allows you to make a copy of the form to collect information from your clients before importing that into Profile Builder. While you may customize the form, it is important to ensure you do not change or delete any of the preset fields on the form.

Google Form Template (Please DM Stealthy#0001 to Request Access)

Google Sheet Template 

As the public Google Form is disabled and available by request only it is recommended that you create a copy of it to store within your own drive. 

 

Virtual Cards

In Profile Builder you can now generate new Virtual Cards from supported providers. In addition to generating new cards, you can also import existing cards as well as assign them directly to profiles in Profile Builder. 

Adding Credentials | Generating New Cards | Importing Existing Cards | Add to Profiles | Delete From Provider

Adding Credentials

In order to generate cards or import them, you will first need to add your Provider Credentials to Profile Builder. In order to do that Click on Virtual Cards along the top, then the Lock Icon (Provider Credentials) In order to begin adding credentials.
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After you select the Provider all of them will require you to set a name.  This field cannot be changed after you save the credentials, so make sure to set it to something you are going to remember. After that, each provider requires slightly different information in order to add them but after you enter the required information click on save.

Generating New Cards

Once you have added your provider credentials you can go back to Cards and start a Generate task. To do that, go to File > Generate and select the Provider from the dropdown. As each provider has slightly different requirements when generating the dialog that shows after the drop-down may be a bit different than the Privacy on here. Each field has a description above it providing you with some information on what it is. Provide the required information and press Generate. For Capital One there is a Card Index field, is for those with multiple cards under the same Capital One Account and will allow you to specify the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc card in the app to be used for importing or generating.mceclip17.png

When a task is running you will be able to find the current status along with any errors under the time in the top right. You can either click on that status or go to Options > View Tasks in order to view the Task List with currently running tasks, statuses, and any other errors or messages. 

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Importing Existing Cards

In addition to generating new Virtual Cards, we also have the ability to import existing cards that have been made outside of Profile Builder. To import profiles it is a very similar process to generating where you click on File > Import and a dialog will come up allowing you to select the provider as well as some common and provider-specific options.

Add to Profiles

The last step in the process of generating cards is being able to add those cards to profiles. Be it creating new profiles or adding cards to existing profiles Profile Builder makes it easy to quickly make use of the cards you have just generated.

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Add to Existing Profiles

If you have profiles already in Profile Builder that you want to assign your created cards to click on Card Tools > Add to Existing Profiles. This will trigger a dialog asking you to select a category of profiles in order to have the selected Virtual Cards be attached to those profiles.

 

Create New Profiles

If you want to instead create brand new profiles from your newly created Virtual Cards you can click Card Tools > Add to Profiles. This will trigger the dialog below which will allow you to create a profile manually and using the supported expressions. Optionally you can use the Use Existing Profile button which will allow you to import a base profile to use in order to create the additional profiles from.
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Delete From Provider

If you have finished using a set of virtual cards and want to delete them, you can use the Delete From Provider Card Tool. You will first need to select the cards you wish to delete from your provider. Take care to double-check which cards you have selected so you don’t remove VCCs that you don’t want to lose!
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After selecting the Delete From Provider option under Card Tools, you will see a browser open and the deletion task will begin. After the task runs, the VCCs will be removed from the account tied to the provider they were created with.

Be careful when doing this as the cards will be permanently removed from the account and will no longer be usable for transactions! You should only use this option if you want the VCCs to be completely removed from the account.

If you have any questions or concerns about this, you should reach out to our support before trying the Delete From Provider to avoid losing cards that you want to keep as this option is irreversible

Accounts

The Accounts view in Profile Builder allows you to fully automate creating accounts, including receiving SMS and Email verification codes through the Email and SMS Providers you set up. It also allows you to update details and reset the password of certain stores.

Having Google Chrome or Brave installed is a requirement to use Account Generation. If you do not have it installed when you go to generate accounts, it will prompt you to install it.

Generating Accounts | Resetting Accounts | Updating Accounts | Viewing Generated Accounts | Importing Accounts | Exporting Accounts

Generating Accounts

There are several ways to generate accounts in Profile Builder. However, the recommended method for creating the most complete accounts is to generate them with Profiles. To do this, you can create and jig profiles from the Profiles section of Profile Builder, or you can use existing profiles you have already created. In order to fully automate the process, we recommend pairing account creation with Mail Providers, which allows Profile Builder to complete the email verification step so long as the receiving account has been added as a Mail Provider. This situation is best suited for Catchalls. You can read more about adding a Mail Provider in the Mail Provider Guide. Profile Builder also allows for automated SMS verification through supported third-party services that you can read about in the SMS Provider Guide. It is also important to note that certain providers do not support some stores, so it is best to try to generate an account and view which providers are supported for that store before loading credit onto them.

Generating with Profiles

To start generating accounts with Profiles, ensure first that you have the profiles you want to use under the Profiles section in a dedicated Category.

  1. From the Accounts > Generator Tab, press Create. This will open a dialog to select the type of job you want to run. To create new accounts, select the Generate Account job and press Next.
  2. This will open a dialog where you can begin to select the options for generating accounts.
    Category: Accounts are created in a category with the store name by default. If you want the accounts to be created in a different category, you can specify one here.
    Store: Select a Store from the dropdown to generate accounts. Not all stores require Email or SMS verification to create, so the options on the right may change based on the selected store.
    Browser Type: This will allow you to select the browser used to generate the accounts.
    Features: Some stores contain additional features that can be used when generating accounts, such as signing up for additional services during account generation.
    Proxy Categories: This allows you to specify a category of proxies to be used when generating accounts. While proxies are not required, they are recommended for the stores which can ban, require you to solve captchas, or block your generation when generating too much from one IP.
    Mail Settings: If the store you are generating for requires you to verify your email, you will be able to set a Mail Provider and Mail Credentials to be used to scan for verification emails. If the store you are generating requires email verification and you are not using a Mail Provider, you will need to verify the account manually by providing the link or code to Profile Builder.
    Profile Categories: Select the profile categories you want to use to generate accounts.
    Amount of Accounts Limit: This allows you to limit the number of accounts made. If there is no limit set, Profile Builder will try to generate an account for every profile in the categories you select.
    Password: You can specify a custom password for all the generated accounts or allow Profile Builder to generate a unique password automatically.
    SMS Settings: If you are generating accounts that require SMS verification, you will also have the option to set an SMS Provider, SMS Credentials to use, and the Countries you want to rent numbers from. Depending on the provider, you will also have the option to rent numbers that can be used multiple times or to use existing numbers that are rented.
  3. Press Start to begin generating accounts.

Generating with a Catchall/List of Emails

Some stores also support creating accounts using a list of emails or with a catchall. While accounts will not be created with the complete information of a Profile, this can be a useful way to quickly generate accounts for stores that do not require information to be prefilled.

  1. Generating with a Catchall or Email list will start the same way as with Profiles. From Accounts > Generator Tab, press Create. Select Generate Accounts and press Next.
  2. Select a Store. If the store you are generating accounts for supports Catchall/List of Emails, it will be an option below Profiles.
  3. Below the options for Profile Categories are two other tabs for Catchall and Emails. Here you can set the catchall email and a Number of Accounts to generate. If you are using a list of emails, you will need to paste them in one line at a time.
  4. Press Generate to begin generating accounts.

Resetting Accounts

Profile Builder supports the ability to reset accounts for certain stores. Having a Mail Provider set up to complete and automate the process is highly recommended. If you do not, a dialog will appear for each account to ask you to provide a link or code from your email to complete the process.

  1. From the Accounts > Generator tab, press Create. This will open a dialog to select the type of job you want to run. To reset accounts, select the Reset Account job and press Next.
  2. This will open a dialog with options to configure the Reset job.
    Category: This job will automatically move the accounts to a different category with the store name affixed with "- reset". If you want to move them to a custom category, you can set that name here.
    Store: Select the store of the accounts you want to reset. Not all stores support resetting.
    Proxy Categories: This allows you to specify a category of proxies to be used when resetting accounts. If the proxies you used to generate the account are still active, you can select the Use Proxy From Account checkbox to keep the process on the same proxy used initially.
    Mail Settings: This allows you to specify the Mail Provider and Credentials to use for the reset job. It is recommended that you use a catchall to help fully automate this process.
    Account Categories: This is the category of the accounts you want to reset. If you do not want to reset all accounts in a category, it is best to move them to a custom category.
    Password: You can specify a custom password for all the reset accounts or allow Profile Builder to generate a unique password automatically.
  3. Press Start to begin resetting accounts.

Updating Accounts

Profile Builder supports the ability to update certain stores and perform actions such as updating billing and payment information, checking point balances, changing emails, and more.

  1. From the Accounts > Generator tab, press Create. This will open a dialog to select the type of job you want to run. To update accounts, select the Update Account job and press Next.
  2. This will open a dialog with options to configure the Update job.
    Category: This job will automatically move the accounts to a different category with the store name affixed with "- update". If you want to move them to a custom category, you can set that name here.
    Store: Select the store of the accounts you want to update. A store may have multiple entries depending on the type of update being performed to the accounts.
    Browser Type: This will allow you to select the browser used to update the accounts.
    Features: Some stores contain additional features that can be used when updating accounts, such as signing up for additional services during account generation.
    Proxy Categories: This allows you to specify a category of proxies to be used when updating accounts. If the proxies you used to generate the account are still active, you can select the Use Proxy From Account checkbox to keep the process on the same proxy used initially.
    Mail Settings: This allows you to specify the Mail Provider and Credentials to use for the update job. It is recommended that you use a catchall to help fully automate this process.
    Account Categories: This is the category of the accounts you want to update. If you do not want to update all accounts in a category, it is best to move them to a custom category.
    Profile Categories: This is the category of profiles that you want to use to update your accounts. This setting is active for jobs that involve updating account information.
    SMS Settings: If you are reverifying the SMS settings for an account, you will have the option to set an SMS provider, SMS Credentials to use, and the countries you want to rent numbers from.
  3. Press Start to begin updating accounts.

Tuner

Tuner is the second tab within Accounts and allows you to farm, perform jig validation, and address updating on your Nike SNKRS accounts. To use Tuner, you need Nike SNKRS accounts in Profile Builder. You can either import them if you have existing accounts or generate them using the Generate Accounts feature.

Creating Nike SNKRS Tasks | Activity Generation | Tuner Tools

Creating Nike SNKRS Tasks

To create tasks and use Tuner, you need to have at least one Nike SNKRS account. After that, you can begin the process of creating tasks.

  1. Under Accounts > Tuner, press File > Create. Tuner supports both Nike SNKRS US and Nike SNKRS CA. Select the correct region from the dropdown and click Next.
  2. This will open the dialog with options to configure your Tasks.
    Category: This allows you to set a category for the tasks to be created in.
    Accounts: This allows you to select the accounts you want to use. Each task requires a unique SNKRS account. Additionally, there are checkbox options to use the billing profile or proxy used that is attached to the account.
    Browser Type: This will allow you to select the browser used for the account.
    Profiles Categories: This is the category of profiles that you want to use to assign to each task.
    Proxy Pool: The proxy categories you want to use on your tasks.
  3. Press Create in order to create the tasks.

Activity Generation

Once you have created Nike SNKRS tasks, you can begin to farm them by using the Start and Stop buttons on the task. Farming them helps increase activity on the account and can reduce the probability of Nike orders being canceled.

Tuner Tools

Using Validate Address Jig | Clear & Update Billing

Using Validate Address Jig

Using Validate Address Jig is easy. Once you have your SNKRS task created with an account and the billing profile with the address you want to check assigned to the task, you can begin.

  1. Select one or more tasks under Tuner and click on Tools. This will open a dialog to select the tool you will be using. Select Validate Address Jig and click Start.

Once Started, Profile Builder will check the address on Nike using the Billing Profile you have on the task. After it completes, it will display a status message based on the results of the validation check.
Jig Not Detected: This means that your jigged address is likely to pass Nike SNKRS address filtering. While it is still possible they may detect it, receiving this result means it is unlikely.

Potential Jig Detected: This means that your jigged address is unlikely to pass Nike SNKRS address filtering. While it is possible that this address may still go undetected, it is recommended that you update the jigged address using a different jig.

Clear & Update Billing

Settings and FAQs

Selecting Multiple Profiles:

You can either click on one profile then hold Shift and Click on another profile. This will select all of the profiles between the two profiles you have selected. You can also use CTRL + Click which will allow you to select multiple profiles. Lastly, you can use CTRL + A which will select all profiles in the category you are in.

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