It is simple for someone to set up a fake ID site and offer illegal cards like driving licences and fake PASS cards. But what happens if they don’t deliver? Then you’ve just lost £20 or even up to £100, with no way of ever getting it back.
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This site seems to be legit (based on reviews at reddit.com/r/fakeiduk)
Replica fake DVLA cards from £40 to £60. Bitcoin only.
The sites below are mostly scams, read more here, or visit the sites below at your own risk
Most Likely Scammers
We don’t know if these are scammers or not
Using any of these sites is probably illegal. Should you be caught by the police with a fake driving licence, you face stiff penalties and possibly prison for using fake ID.
Citizen Cards or Secondary ID with PASS holograms
Seem to be legit (based on reviews at reddit.com/r/fakeiduk)
Replica CitizenCards, Student and NUS cards. From £15 to £30. Bitcoin only.
Reproduction of the PASS logo or PASS hologram is trademark infringement and is illegal. Possession of these cards is probably illegal too.
Sites offering fake passports are all scams, read more here.
Passports are very difficult to forge unless you are a nation state looking to commit extrajudicial assassinations and other japery. Passports have many different security features (PDF) all incredibly complex and impossible for your local friendly forger to knock off on his HP deskjet.
Anyone offering fake passports is either
b) an identity thief looking for full personal details to scam you with
c) an outright scammer just looking for money
If, like me, you went online to get a fake ID, you’ve probably see that there are just loads of scam sites out there, and it’s hard to know which sites are legit and which ones are going to take your money. I’ve done lots of research and I know which sites are real and which sites are scams. I started this review site so you can avoid being scammed when choosing a fake ID site. It’s also important to know that some sites will provide you with illegal fake IDs. If you get caught by the police with one of these there can be serious consequences.
There’s two kinds of ID sites online
Legal fake ID sites These sites sell “novelty” or completely made up ID cards. These are not illegal to make or own, but it is probably illegal for you to lie or misrepresent yourself with one of the cards.
Illegal fake ID sites either say they sell or actually sell fake UK driving licences, or other illegal identical copies of existing ID cards. You might get what you ordered off one of these sites, but the quality will never be 100% exactly like the originals.
Anyone making these cards is breaking the law, anyone buying these cards is breaking the law. You can guess from this that it is far more likely you’ll get a card from one of the legal novelty fake ID sites. If you get ripped off by one of the sites selling illegal fake ID, you have absolutely no recourse. You can’t complain to the police, can you?
However, the popularity of Bitcoin has brought the potentially untraceable sale or purchase of illegal fake ID cards closer to reality. As a result, some sites advertising illegal fake driving licences seem to actually be delivering the products they offer. Read the fake UK driving licence page for information.
Fake ID Scams
It’s so easy to scam people that are looking for fake ID on the internet. The thing is, if you send money to an illegal fake ID site, and you get ripped off, you can’t really complain to the police about it. This is why you see lots of sites that say they sell fake driving licences, passports etc – making, buying or owning a fake UK driving licence or passport is a serious crime, so you can’t go to the cops if they send you nothing. It’s the same principle that drug dealers use, they can sell stepped on drugs, cocaine cut with baby powder and so on, and there’s no citizen’s advice handy in the event you get ripped off. There are some ways to get good, legal fake ID, but there is no real way to be guaranteed that you will get a fake passport or fake driving licence.
This is the most important thing to remember about buying fake ID on the internet, if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
Legal Fake ID and Illegal Fake ID
“So, what makes my fake ID legal or illegal?” The fact is, it is legal to make an ID card that does not represent an actual college, institution, agency or entity.. You can legitimately make up a card for “Manchester Clown College” and call yourself a clown. However, you can’t legally make yourself a copy of a driving licence card called “UK Driving Licence” and get insurance on a car with it, let alone drive legally with it. It is also legal to buy or own fake identification that says your name is different to your own, or that your date of birth is different to what it really is. As long as the card is not a direct copy of an existing card, or is an obvious imitation, trying to look like an existing card, then it should be legal to own.
Where it usually becomes illegal is if you try to use the card to misrepresent yourself. So, if you tried to get insurance on a car when you were 15, using a fake driving licence to pretend you were 19 would be a serious crime. Or, visiting an age restricted establishment – like a bar, nightclub or other event – and showing your fake ID to the guy behind the bar to buy a round of Sambucas, when in fact you’re actually only 12, would be a crime too.
You get in trouble, the bar gets in trouble, no-one gets their shots. For shame.
Nothing on this site is qualified legal advice. If you find yourself confused or unsure, contact a lawyer or solicitor.