Facebook Imposters: How To Deal With Someone Impersonating You

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How To Deal With Facebook Imposters and Impersonators

A friend sends you a Facebook message, warning you that you've been hacked.


Don't worry, you've very likely not been hacked at all.  In most cases it is merely someone who is an IMPOSTER; someone who has created or cloned your account by copying your profile picture and name and is merely impersonating you on Facebook.  While this is not a really huge deal, it can turn into a big problem if left unattended and should be fixed right away.

Here I talk about what you can do about it, how to report it and fix any damage that may have been done, and steps you can take to see that it is a lot less likely to happen again.

Has your Facebook account ever hacked or cloned?  Tell us about it in the comments below!

If you need to report a fake or hacked Facebook account, visit Facebook's page for reporting such problems by clicking HERE.

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Curtis Waltermire is an American professional comedy mentalist, mind reader, magician, speaker, actor, singer, entertainer, podcaster, video content creator, grandpa, cool dad and above-average husband. He began entertaining with his own unique style of magic, mentalism, mind-reading and comedy in the mid 1980s.