How to get a fake ID

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Spread the loveLaminate the pouch and trim the edges to finish the job. Set your laminator to a medium heat…

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Laminate the pouch and trim the edges to finish the job. Set your laminator to a medium heat level. Place the sheet, Teslin paper, and butterfly pouch into the laminator crease-first. Slowly guide the ID through the machine and let it sit for 30-45 minutes before opening the paper and discarding it. You will see the pouch sealed around the ID. Trim the edges with a utility knife, to get a clean cut against the edge.
The butterfly pouch is just a folded sheet of laminate. The crease at the top is the side you enter into the laminator first. This ensures that no air bubbles get trapped in the laminate. Enter your signature using a thin paint tool in your editing program. Use a thin drawing tool in your photo editing software to include the signature. Try to match the thickness of your line to the thickness of a real signature. Select black for the color of your line and use your mouse to carefully draw your signature. It may take multiple attempts before you get a signature that works.
Creating a convincing fake ID is not only extremely difficult, but extremely dangerous. The penalties for making a fake ID often include jail time and thousands of dollars in fines. It also doesn’t help that law enforcement, security professionals, and ID scanners are incredibly adept at spotting fraudulent documents. If you do decide to go through with it and make a fake ID, you’ll need a template, a solid understanding of how to use photo-editing software, and access to the right cardstock and materials.
Scan the front and the back of an ID. You can either use your own ID and change the text, or you can use someone else’s ID and change the image so long as their measurements, hair, and eye color are a match. Regardless of which option you choose, you need to scan the ID using a scanner. Scan the back of the ID as well to ensure that the barcode on the back will match the ID on the front.
The barcode on the back is encoded with the information on the front. Even if you’re changing the text, you still want it to show the same state, license number, and unmodified information.
It is easier to change a photo than to change the text.