How to tell if a verified twitter account is actually fake

Spammers have been flooding Twitter with fake accounts ever since Elon Musk disrupted the service's verification process, and they are very good at deceiving people. Here's what you can do to see what's real. /> Previously, “Confirmed” meant that the celebrity was indeed the celebrity she claimed to be, or the company was the company she was talking about. Now, it only means that someone was motivated to create a Twitter account and can pay $8 a month to get the famous blue verified symbol. Let's hope that Elon Musk's pathetic $8 a month from users gets him the income he wants. Because no spammer in the world would hesitate to pay such a tiny amount, especially if the reward is potentially huge.

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