Random Posts

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Fake Name Generator

     This is a fun site. It randomly generates fake names, addresses, telephones numbers, etc. from databases. It even generates fake credit card numbers. Obviously, the credit card numbers can't be used to buy stuff, but they look real. 
     The site also generates a temporary workable e-mail address. 
     Assuming you are not a crook, why would you want all this fake information? The site lists several reasons. Also, they have a smiley face generator that allows you to create your own unique smiley by picking a head, eyes, and a mouth.
     For example, I did a German-American name and here is some of the generated information:

Markus Reinhardt
3094 Mulberry Lane
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Phone: 334-333-2336
Birthday: July 4, 1993
Age: 22 years old

Mr. Reinhardt works for Singer Lumber and he is in Accounts Receivable. He is 5 ft.-11 in. tall and weighs 158 lbs. He drives a 2003 Lexus IS.

     Obviously with billions of people in the world, there is a possibility that you will, as here, get a real person's name. The address may or may not be real. In this case, there is no such street in West Palm Beach.

No comments:

Post a Comment