The question currently has three close votes against it, one of which is for the too broad reason. (For the record, I'm not one of the close voters.) I would agree: requests for scripts do not usually make for useful questions because they're applicable only to the person who asked the question, and we're about building knowledge, not doing stuff for people. Too broad doesn't describe that perfectly, but it seems to be the de facto close reason for such questions.
There's nothing wrong with offering a bounty on a question that didn't get enough attention/answers - that's the purpose of the bounty system! However, don't expect that the bounty will stop your question from being closed. Whenever I see a close-worthy question with a bounty, I raise a custom mod flag. Every time I've done that, the question was immediately closed or migrated, as appropriate. I believe the rep for the bounty is refunded, but I'm not sure if that's a guarantee.