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You have to look at the "terms and services" of the website in question. Most websites, like you describe, require you to have one account per person. So using multiple accounts would violate the terms of service and could, in theory, be a basis for a lawsuit against you. And, again, in theory, if there were evidence you were violating the terms of service in order to obtain something of value? That could be prosecuted criminally as "fraud"
Now...would law enforcement be made aware of this...and if they were, would they prosecute?
That I can not answer.
But if the question is "is prosecution possible"?
What you are describing, assuming the terms of service limit you to one account if you commit fraud to gain something of value that is a crime and could be prosecuted.
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