What do you do if you get a fake account and your Twitter profile isn’t your real name?
The same rules apply to Twitter accounts as they do for real ones.
When a Twitter account is hacked, the account’s owner can then claim it was hacked by a third party, or even a bot, and take legal action.
If the account is fake, you’re not supposed to respond to tweets sent by someone who actually has the account, unless you’re in good faith.
When you sign up to Twitter, you must give your real Twitter account name, username and password, along with your name, email address and other details such as your phone number, so the service can identify who you are and what you tweet.
If you don’t do that, it will assume you’re using a fake Twitter account.
The company will also send your real account details to the people who use it, to verify their identity.
If they do have a real account, the fake account can then post spam or abusive content, like racist or hateful tweets.
If you think you’ve been hacked by someone, you’ll need to contact Twitter directly.
But if you think your account has been compromised, you can still contact Twitter via email, text or phone.
Here are some tips for keeping your account safe.
Firstly, you need to be very careful about who you choose to communicate with.
Twitter says the people you choose can help you prevent identity theft, spam and abuse.
Twitter doesn’t say how you can do this.
But you can check who is on your list of trusted contacts by logging in to your account with your Twitter username and choosing the contact’s contact details, or by sending an SMS or phone call.
Secondly, it’s worth remembering that there’s no one-stop shop for Twitter.
There are various services that allow you to manage your account from your phone, tablet, computer or even from a website.
If someone tries to trick you into signing up to a Twitter service, they could be using a bot or malware.
Thirdly, it might be a good idea to keep a backup of your account, and use it to prevent yourself from being hacked.
You can create a file in a safe place that can be accessed only by you and only when you want to log in.
That way, you won’t have to re-type passwords every time you log on.
Once you’ve chosen a service to manage, you should follow the guidelines for choosing a password, which is how your account will be locked.
Finally, you might want to look into ways to get rid of accounts that aren’t real.
You should be careful about where your accounts are on Twitter, and what they look like.
The platform may offer you different options, such as creating a profile in another country or by signing up through a third-party service.
You’ll also need to keep your password in a secure place to prevent someone else from stealing it.