Several sites and apps promise to deliver adult content from all Onlyfans accounts for zero to low cost. These scams rapidly grew in number as Onlyfans creators flocked to the platform at the beginning of the 2020 global pandemic. The price of an Onlyfans premium account will range between $4.99 – $49.99 per month and many users wanted to access more adult performers without paying.
Are OnlyFans hacks Real?
Any website, Youtuber, or group that claims to have a working Onlyfans hack, or a hack download link is likely making money funneling traffic to third-party websites. Some of these hacks may include accounts with unlocked images and videos but are limited to just a handful of models in an attempt to make the software look legitimate.
This post will cover specific Onlyfans hacks and why you shouldn’t try to use them alongside your Onlyfans account.
Can You Browse Onlyfans Without Paying?
You can browse Onlyfans without spending money although you will only have access to content posted by free accounts you’ve subscribed to. A lot of prominent models will run a free account that posts less explicit material but is used to promote their main account.
Alternatively, if you wish to see free Onlyfans content you can often find accounts promoting via Reddit. Content creators will often release images or short clips of their best content as a means to drive social traffic to their Onlyfans profile.
How to View Onlyfans Content for Free
Once you create an Onlyfans account, you will be able to access any free Onlyfans accounts. While many of these will typically also include PPV (pay per view) material, you can often get a sense of what the content creator would be like if you paid the subscription to their main Onlyfans page. You cannot hack Onlyfans in order to view content.
If you want to follow a creator but they don’t have a free account, you may need to just settle for viewing their content on other social media platforms, though you won’t get access to the exclusive content. That being said, many of them post on their social media accounts daily.
Onlyfan Hack Tutorial Scams
Do a quick search on YouTube and you will find that there are a lot of promises for an Onlyfans hack. While the platform takes these down frequently, they are often reposted in a matter of hours.
Here are two of the most popular hack scams that you’ll find on YouTube (or talked about online):
Onlyfans ++ App
The most popular “Onlyfans Hack” is the OnlyFans ++ app. It is a common scam prominent all across Youtube with videos made by multiple creators. The technique promises free access to all premium accounts. The steps outlined by the scammers require the user to download the app from a third-party website as “hacks” are not found on reputable platforms such as the App Store or Play Store.
The videos are designed to look technical in an attempt to look legitimate. The comments are monitored with all genuine feedback on the dishonest software getting deleted by the Youtubers. Onlyfans ++ was likely built by hackers to steal user information and the team has funded the creation of multiple Youtube videos to build brand awareness and make the software look legit. In actuality, you will never have free access to premium Onlyfans content.
Onlyfans Hack APK Download
Another popular “hack app” that promises a free subscription to the full Onlyfans platform is the Hack APK download. While there are several people who promise that you will be able to access a premium account for free, avoid falling for this scam just as you would the other one.
Why OnlyFans Hacks Don’t Work
There are no reliable hacks for Onlyfans due to the paywall built into the platform. There are apps and websites that share stolen Onlyfans content, although these are regularly shut down due to copyright infringements.
The idea that software exists that will grant instant access to any account even if it exists will never reach a mainstream market due to the legalities. Onlyfans as a company also invests a substantial amount of effort into guarding the privacy of their creators and users while also protecting their content from unlawful distribution.