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A Large iMob
One of the main ways to get on top in the world of iMob Online is to have one of the most prolific mobs on the network. The more people you add to your crew the better and stronger you will be in the long run, able to meet more missions and win fights. There are a few things to keep in mind and try out to get the mob of your dreams.
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If you are living in a fairly small areas, mainly not a major city, then you are not going to be able to use the Location tool in the Invite tab to attract many people. The likelihood that there are hordes of players in your immediate surroundings is small. Just remember any time that you are in a densely populated area you should jump on this tool and give it a shot. Airports, concerts, and sporting events are a few of the best places to open up your iMob Online and try it out.
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The online community has come in force to communicate each other’s friend codes. Make sure you check as many message boards as possible for people to add, and leave your number on as many as possible. You never know who might stumble upon it. 118081495.
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Respect points can buy you mob members from the Don. You are only allowed ten when you first start iMob Online, so you may want to use those ten points to get yourself a mob member. It has been promised that respect point packages will be for sale at the App Store, but they have not been apparent yet.
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Once you begin having a number of people in your mob they will likely want to help you out a bit. Have your mob post bulletins to their respective crews with your friend code telling them to add you. This will help you network amongst iMob users very quickly and in force.
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Using redemption codes, which are done when someone invites another from their contact list, is a great way to get more mobsters and bonuses. Go to Contact in the Invite tab and add everyone in your contact list. Only those with an iPhone and play iMob will receive the request, so it will not be as though you are bothering nonparticipating people.