Fake profiles are everywhere recently: fake Goddesses, fake slaves, fake friends…fake whatever! And what really puzzles me, is that it’s SO EASY to spot them and yet…many people seem to be trusting them! I mean come on… how can you trust a Goddess that’s using pictures from an Instagram Celebrity?
Oh wait…maybe this is the real problem: You don’t know how to spot them!
Let me help you… it’s VERY easy. All you need is laptop and Google Chrome.
Spot a Fake Goddess with Google Chrome
So, as I said, you’ll need to use Google Chrome. If you don’t have it, go and install it from here.
Now go on the profile that you want to verify, and use one of their pics. You don’t need to save it, you’ll just have to right click on it. To make a test, I’ve uploaded a pic on my Facebook Profile that you can use for practice: here it is.
If it’s not already opened in full screen, click on the picture. Now Right click on it.
You’ll see lots of options coming up, one of them being the magical… “search for this image on Google“. That’s the one you’ll want to click!
Chrome will use the Google Image Search option with that picture, loading up all pages that have it. If it’s a celebrity, or anyone already posted online, you’ll easily be able to get it.
Who’s the one in the pic in this case? An Italian celebrity, Maria Teresa Buccino. Of course, you can use this same “trick” on any site: Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, whatever.
Hope this helps…let’s fight those bastards using fake pictures to get money from slaves!