Have you ever been on a message board or chat room sat there randomly typing keys on the keyboard to try to come up with a fake name, address, or phone number? If you are anything like me the creative juices stop flowing 3 minutes into the exercise and settled on some simple like j_smith from 123 West Lane. Which in someways makes sense since we all have a limited pool of names that we can pull from. If we could only come up with something more unique and less prone to others discovering that the profile is 100% fake.
Well, the site names.igopaygo.com just released the other day a profile generator that comes up with all the vital stats for a user. You are able to select by gender, country, and even the type of credit card you want your new online alias to have. All the information generated is geographically accurate, including the zip code and phone number. Credit cards pass the simple validations. Even the blood type is randomly accurate to percentage of people that have that type of blood. Here is an example of the information generated from the tool.
Mr Kabos Games
6774 Little Island Mall
Natural Dam, Louisiana 71270-8057
Phone: (504) 289-1941
Email Address: [email protected]
Mother’s Maiden name: Kovar
Birthday: December 4, 1971 (40 years old)
American Express: 3401 8673 4622 844
Blood type: O+
Weight: 155.3 pounds (70.44 kilograms)
Height: 5′ 9″ (153.4 centimeters)
The fake profile generator is fun just to play with by itself, however I can now finally stop using Beverly Hills, CA as a fake place for my fake profiles, because of the show that made the one zip code I know in the U.S. famous (90210).
2 replies on “Fake Profile Creator”
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