You can test your LinkedIn profile with a fake one, but how can you know if you’re cheating?
In this article, we’ll show you how to get your fake LinkedIn username and password, and show you exactly what happens when you log in with your real one.
Create a fake profile and login with the correct password 2.
Create your fake profile 3.
Log in with the real LinkedIn account You can create a fake login for LinkedIn and get access to the real profile.
If you want to be able to change the password, you can do that too.
1 Create a new LinkedIn profile and log in.
You can do this with the same username and username and a different password.
Create an account.
2 Sign in to the LinkedIn account you created.
You’ll be prompted to provide your credentials, which you’ll need later.
3 Sign out of the account you’ve just created.
Now you’re back to the account with your new login.
Log out of LinkedIn.
Now the fake LinkedIn account has the same credentials as the real one, so you can delete it. 5.
Delete your fake account Now that your fake credentials have been deleted, you’ll be able delete them with the delete password option.
You won’t be able access your LinkedIn account again until you’ve deleted the fake account.
Sign in with real LinkedIn.
If your fake username and/or password was already available to you when you signed in to your LinkedIn, you won’t need to delete it again.
If not, it’ll appear in the list of fake LinkedIn profiles.
Delete the fake profile.
Now your fake identity is gone.
Delete a fake username.
Now that you’ve verified your credentials with LinkedIn, the fake username is gone, too.
You may need to verify your credentials again if you log into your LinkedIn from a different computer or device.
Delete an account and create another one for your real LinkedIn password 10.
Delete another fake LinkedIn password.
Now all your real login credentials have gone.
You have the real account you just created, so it’s time to create a new one for real.
1 Find a profile with your name, address, and phone number.
You might need to do this step if you want the fake login to be visible when you’re logged in to other apps or devices.
2 Find a fake name or address.
It might be helpful to search for a real name or an address for the fake user name and password.
3 Find your fake password.
Find a random password to generate the fake password for the profile.
4 Enter your real username and account name in the “Login” field.
Enter a new password and verify it by clicking Verify.
5 Fill in your real password.
Verify that it matches the one you entered.
6 Copy your real account and your fake login and paste them into the same field.
7 Copy your fake name and address in the same box.
8 Copy the fake name, account name, and password from your fake user and paste it into the “Password” field in the account.
9 Copy the email address you used for the new password.
You should see something like this: Password: Your name: Your address: Your phone number: Your email address: And if you’ve already copied and pasted the password from the fake identity, it should appear as follows: Password generated by LinkedIn with your username and email address and a new account name.
Your profile looks good, but we’re about to delete that account and use a different one for a fake account, so this is probably a good time to check the status of your account.