The newest Meet Me Face Verification Bypass technique

Do you plan to retain the MeetMe pictures you received? If so, you want to avoid MeetMe face verification while still receiving the verified batch to establish the credibility of your profile.

MeetMe is a great place to socialize and have fun while getting to know new people and building relationships. Additionally, the verification mechanism is there to prevent the use of bots or several bogus accounts, allowing for greater contacts with actual people.

When you verify, you receive a verification badge, which inspires people to confidently interact with you. The main objective of Meet Me, which makes use of Face Tec’s 3D selfie technology, is to fend off bots. Face ID verification can be circumvented because it does not totally prevent bogus accounts.

  1. Image spoofing

You can use pictures to spoof liveness and get around photo verification on MeetMe. You just need photocopies of any picture and make sure MeetMe’s liveness technology does not analyze the depth of the image. This method works simply by using an on-screen photo to trick the camera generated by Meet Me, the same way on Tinder.

If the face ID requests liveness procedures such as making movements, including blinking or winking, you need a dynamic photo spoofing trick to bypass the system.

You just need a tool like ManyCam to prerecord the facial movements, preventing the systems from recognizing the pre-recorded videos. With a tool like ManyCam, you can make dynamic spoofed images that will be injected into Meet Me when face ID is required.

  1. Spoof MeetMe system with a mask or mannequin

You can spoof the liveness system of Meet Me using various props you make from paper masks or even use mannequins.

You don’t use just any mask you come across though. You need silicone masks since they look realistic and are difficult for the system to detect. Just wear it on your face and try to make the expressions required.

  1. Bypass MeetMe using deep fakes

You can use deepfake technology to spoof or bypass Meet Me photo verification. Fortunately, you can create a deepfake at little to no cost with deepfake generators. You just have to face-swap with the face you want to get past the MeetMe facial verification. Some of the apps you can use include Zao, Deepfakes web, Wombo, and Reface.

You don’t even need to impersonate with deepfakes. You could use your face but then manipulate it to a different face or just swapping-in or simply edit the face to whatever you want to keep Meet Me from storing your real photos.

Usually, you make the deepfake videos with the tools mentioned earlier or their alternatives. After deep-faking, you inject the pre-recorded video for MeetMe facial system to mistake for your lively face.

  1. Verify MeetMe account manually

According to MeetMe, you can manually verify your account if you don’t want to go through the stress. Just send an email to with the name, country, and the email address you want to use for the account.

What is a deepfake?

Have you seen Barack Obama call Donald Trump a “complete dipshit”, or Mark Zuckerberg brag about having “total control of billions of people’s stolen data”, or witnessed Jon Snow’s moving apology for the dismal ending to Game of Thrones? Answer yes and you’ve seen a deepfake. The 21st century’s answer to Photoshopping, deepfakes use a form of artificial intelligence called deep learning to make images of fake events, hence the name deepfake. Want to put new words in a politician’s mouth, star in your favourite movie, or dance like a pro? Then it’s time to make a deepfake.

What are they for?

Many are pornographic. The AI firm Deeptrace found 15,000 deepfake videos online in September 2019, a near doubling over nine months. A staggering 96% were pornographic and 99% of those mapped faces from female celebrities on to porn stars. As new techniques allow unskilled people to make deepfakes with a handful of photos, fake videos are likely to spread beyond the celebrity world to fuel revenge porn. As Danielle Citron, a professor of law at Boston University, puts it: “Deepfake technology is being weaponised against women.” Beyond the porn there’s plenty of spoof, satire and mischief


Unless you have other intentions, verifying your Meet Me account with your real face is always important for making sure you get matched with real people. Also, if your matches eventually discover that you’re physically different from what they see on your profile, this can get your account banned if reported.

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