If you want some custom script made for you, I would suggest asking in the game forums, or perhaps the Ninja Turtles scriptlet forum. I'm quite likely not the right person to contact (especially if you are looking for a bot, in which case I am definitely not the right guy). I have been getting more work on my hands lately and can't keep up with the requests I get, so rarely do custom crafting now, even more rarely for game currency. I do still distribute this selection of already completed tools though, priced uncompetetively to avoid having them abused by scammers, spammers and looters (and in two cases, competitors to those I crafted them for):
This amusing tool integrates with the chat (click a button, click a name), and lets you quickly and easily cast spells on people, as well as send personal messages without having to type names. See the right half of the screen-shot above for looks; the left half shows some of my free for all tools. Price tag: also free; this script just doesn't fall in the category "scripts dangerous to release to the public" (or commissioned scripts requested not to be given away either, for that matter). Customization commission work for other character classes and/or spells is certainly also possible, but my time unfortunately doesn't allow. (Asking other competent scripters in the forums to help you, or waving world currency at me, might be successful other ways of circumventing that problem.)
Clan recruiters out there, this tool is for you! It will upgrade your chat pane a bit, underlining clanless potential new clan members (level 3 and above) as soon as their names show up (when they say anything or you typed /who) and add tooltips to the rest, showing their clan's name when you hover over their name with your mouse. This chat pane mode will remain active until you log out, or reload the entire frameset. Price: 20,000,000 meat.
Verified to work in FireFox and not work under Internet Explorer. (I have no plans on fixing the latter problem, but double the price and I will make an IE version too -- though, unfortunately, slightly more CPU intensive.)
This utility lets you type one mail, tucking on as much or as few extras as you like, and send it to multiple recipients at once. Price tag: 10,000,000 meat. You also receive a plugin that integrates with your clan roster for free (to mail all current clan members), and any buyers of the recruitment helper and this script will receive a plugin integrating the two (to mail clanless players found in chat of level 3 and up).
I recently delivered a cocktailcrafting helper to an anonymous client, that helps him making as many drinks as he wants to in one shot, by installing a new bartender when the old one breaks, and then repeating the procedure until ingredients or bartenders run out. (I charged, at the client's suggestion, one mafia wine of each kind, and threw in the feature of rebuilding broken bartenders from scraps for another bottle of champagne.) The script is now for sale at 5,000,000 meat.
It's a hassle taking PvP potions, equipping and unequipping the support cummerbund, singing arias and so on every day, don't you think? I did, and automated the boring procedure. This utility unequips an accessory and equips the support cummerbund, after which it drinks lots of potions and uses PvP strengthening items of all kinds, except those already in effect (no need to waste expensive items in short stock, right?). Should you not have one of the items in your inventory, it will try to fetch it from your own mall store, should you have one, too (handy way of keeping them safe from being PvP:ed from you). When done, it will re-equip your accessory. You may choose freely which items it should use (not all classes benefit from the same ones, and certainly not all people receive the same effects from the Dungeons of Doom potions that I do), or use my stock version at your own peril. ;-) Price tag: 10,000,000 meat.
A mall aide that performs a search and visits stores offering chosen good at a price you choose and buys as many of the cheapest as you requested and were available. Price: 200,000,000 meat. (The screenshots below show an example session -- you don't have to go by the suggested answers, of course. I wasn't quick enough on my screenshot button to catch all shop visits, but you get the idea.)