How to get rid of your fake social media profiles
Are you worried about getting a fake Instagram account?
Maybe you’re not, but if you have a Facebook, Twitter or Google+ page, it’s a possibility.
A new app called FakeSocial, which has received more than 300,000 downloads in the past two weeks, lets you delete fake accounts and Facebook profiles without having to worry about a single other social media account getting hacked.
The app has two modes: You can use it to delete all your fake profiles and Facebook accounts at once, or you can manually delete one of the two accounts at a time.
For a Facebook account, you can delete all of your friends, followers, followers groups, photos, status updates, and more.
For an Instagram account, it can delete the profile and remove the Instagram account itself, or it can simply delete the Instagram profile itself and leave it as is.
It’s worth noting that you’ll still need to do a manual check-in to see whether your account has been hacked, so you’ll want to do that before you do this.
The first mode is free, but it does require that you pay a $3.99 monthly fee, which you can do here:FakeSocial is not just a Facebook or Twitter hack tool.
It also deletes Facebook profiles and Twitter accounts, and it can also delete Instagram accounts if they don’t match up to your profile.
You can also manually delete a Facebook page to get a blank page, which is a nice feature.
In order to delete a fake Facebook or Instagram page, all you have to do is click the delete icon on the top left corner of the screen.
This will delete the account from your social media accounts, which means you’ll need to delete those accounts manually.
If you delete an Instagram page manually, the account will still be available for the following 24 hours.
The other mode is $1.99 per month, which makes it a bit more expensive.
It requires that you also purchase a FakeSocial subscription, which costs $2.99 a month.
Once you’ve paid for that, you’ll be able to delete accounts manually as well as delete the entire social media roster at once.
You can delete any account that you own, but you can only delete one account at a moment.
You’ll still have to manually check-ins to ensure your account is safe, so that’s why we recommend that you do that first.
For Facebook accounts, you only need to click the check-out button on the bottom right corner of a page.
If the page has multiple pages, you may need to make a manual checking-in process before deleting the account.
To delete a Fake Social account, all that’s needed is clicking on the delete button on one of its tabs, like the profile tab, and clicking on “Delete Account.”
It will then delete your account from Facebook and/or Instagram, and then you’ll just have to click on the “Delete” button to delete the Fake Social page.
In the screenshot above, we see the page for a fake Twitter account, which deletes the account without actually deleting it.
That said, the page does delete the page from Facebook.
The page for an Instagram post, which delete the Twitter account.
This photo has a check-up page that deletes it from Facebook, but we’ll leave that aside for now.
This page for the Fake Facebook profile, which lets you manually delete it.
You also have to check-into the Fake account before deleting it manually.
The screenshot above shows the page on the Fake Twitter account that deletethat shows you a “Delete This Account” link that deletits your account.
You will need to manually verify your account before you can remove the fake account.
This screenshot shows the “delete this account” button on Facebook’s profile page.
You may want to delete this account manually first, so as not to lose the ability to delete other accounts.
Once you have done this, click on “Save.”
The page will close, and the account that was deleted will be returned to its original state.
You won’t have to worry any more about the Fake social media page getting hacked again.