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Xbox Autoclaimer

Whenever someone changes their xbox tag. The autoclaimer grabs the tag. But the email used has to be on a fresh account. Meaning no gamer score no friends or followers. Also not consoled. Using the XUID of the profile in order to know where the tag is being grabbed from . Can add 100s or 1000s of emails with a list of tags to be auto grabbed.

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