Hacking OnlyFans for Free Premium Account: How To?

Here’s how to hack OnlyFans to get a free premium account:

Officially, there is no such thing as a premium account on OnlyFans.

The platform does not offer any type of premium access for fans or content creators.

This is a popular internet rumor that has been debunked many times, and any attempt to hack an account that doesn’t exist obviously won’t work.

So if you want to learn all about hacking OnlyFans for a premium account, then this is the right article for you.

Let’s jump right into it!

Hacking OnlyFans for a Free Premium Account: How To?

What Is a Premium OnlyFans Account? (2 Things)

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This is an interesting topic.

When you Google something along the lines of “free premium OnlyFans account,” you’re going to see a ton of results.

A lot of people have something to say on the topic, and you’ll find that many of those things contradict each other.

What you won’t find is anything on the OnlyFans actual website.

I scoured OnlyFans literature researching this topic, and as far as that public-facing literature goes, there is no such thing as a premium account.

It is not mentioned a single time anywhere on the website.

Actually, that’s not quite true.

If you look deep enough, you will find a mention of an OnlyFans premium account on the official website.

The thing is, it’s not information provided by the company.

There’s actually an account known as “@onlyfanspremiumaccounts” that discusses an OnlyFans premium account hack. 

This isn’t anything real.

It’s just some user trying to get people to download an attachment.

I didn’t have the courage to download that attachment myself, so I can’t tell you what’s in it.

What I can tell you is that OnlyFans doesn’t have premium accounts.

That said, OnlyFans does have some special account designations, and people across the internet have taken to calling them premium accounts.

In general, there are two types of accounts: one for fans and one for content creators.

You can see a complete breakdown of premium creator accounts in another article.

Today, I’m going to focus on fan accounts.

Once that’s all cleared up properly, we can talk about hacking and other ways to try to get access to these kinds of accounts.

#1 Premium Fan Accounts

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Let me reiterate.

OnlyFans does not offer a premium fan account.

It’s not a thing anywhere on the site.

Instead, a lot of people across the internet discuss the idea of a premium account.

The legend goes that if you get your hands on one of these accounts, you can see all OnlyFans content without paying for any subscriptions.

It’s some kind of special master account.

This wouldn’t be dissimilar from other sites and platforms over the years.

As an example, Twitch used to offer a special subscription.

Instead of subscribing to any particular user, you could subscribe to Twitch itself.

With this subscription, you could watch any content creator and not see ads.

So, a premium OnlyFans account would give you access to all content and make things nice and easy.

As you might have already suspected, this doesn’t exist.

Technically, OnlyFans developers and quality assurance personnel have access to accounts that can see all content creators and content, but these accounts are not available for purchase.

They’re just tools used by OnlyFans employees to make sure everything works correctly.

You could call such an account a premium account if you want, but it’s really a quality assurance tool.

I’ll bring it up again when we talk about hacking, but if you want a short answer, you’re not getting access to one of these accounts.

#2 An Alternative Idea for Premium Accounts

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Considering the ideas above, there’s another way to think about a premium account.

Instead of a master account that unlocks everything on OnlyFans, it could potentially refer to an account that just unlocks some subscriber content.

Again, these aren’t official designations, but for the sake of thoroughness, I’m going to explore the idea.

We could say that any account with any amount of access to paid content is a premium account.

If you want to think of things this way, then getting access to such an account would unlock some OnlyFans content for you.

It’s not a total access pass, but it still has more than a brand new fan account with absolutely no subscriptions.

Since I’m going to be explaining more about how accounts work and how hacking might work, we need a way to distinguish them.

Moving forward, I’ll call a Premium Account an account that has access to everything and a Limited Premium Account (or just limited account) an account that only has access to some (or even just one) content creator.

How Do OnlyFans Premium Accounts Work With Subscription Content?

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Naturally, I have to answer this question in two parts.

How would a premium account act with subscription content?

Well, those accounts don’t exist, so we don’t have to worry about it.

The more interesting question is how a limited premium account interacts with subscriptions.

In this case, everything is working as intended.

Any creator that the account subscribes to will have unlocked content.

Any creator without a subscription will still have the content locked.

So, if you have an OnlyFans account and you subscribe to someone on the site, then you can see their content.

For the rest of the creators who you have not subscribed to, you can’t see anything.

These limited premium accounts work in the exact same way.

Can You Get a Free OnlyFans Premium Account?

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This brings us to the next major point.

How do you actually get a premium account?

Does it cost money?

When we’re discussing the non-existent premium accounts, you can’t get one for free or for a price.

It’s just not an option.

The only real way to go about this would be to try and hack a quality assurance account from OnlyFans, and that’s not a simple prospect (although I will discuss it in the next section).

As for a limited premium account, it typically does cost money.

I’ll go over hacking in a bit, but without some type of hacking or scheme, the only way to get these accounts is to pay for them.

Can You Hack OnlyFans to Get a Free Premium Account?

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Again, I’ll be breaking this into two parts. 

Let’s start with the premium account.

I said before that there is no real premium account for fans.

The closest thing you could get is some type of backend OnlyFans corporate account that has access to all content (usually for development or quality assurance purposes).

You can’t buy these accounts.

That means that if you don’t work for OnlyFans but you still want one of these accounts, the only option is to steal one.

Let me stop you for a moment and give you a disclaimer.

Hacking an account like this is definitely illegal.

I am not endorsing such action.

I won’t even tell you how to do it.

Instead, I’ll explain that it is technically possible.

Any account can be hacked, and that includes developer accounts for sites like OnlyFans.

But, there’s a catch.

There are not very many of these accounts, and they’re regularly used for work at OnlyFans.

If you successfully hacked one of these accounts, OnlyFans would know right away.

They would probably lock that account very quickly, and you’d be back where you started—only you broke the law and probably pissed off a big tech company along the way.

Practically speaking, this is not an option.

Hacking a Limited Premium Account

Sure, hacking an official OnlyFans support account sounds like an undertaking.

But, there are a lot of people out there who pay to have limited premium accounts.

Surely hacking one of those would be a lot easier?

In general, yes.

Because there are so many different accounts out there, it’s almost inevitable that some of them get hacked, but before you crack your knuckles and get to hacking, let me remind you of two things.

First, even hacking fan accounts is still illegal.

So, don’t take that lightly.

Second, if you’re hacking accounts, it’s unlikely that you will be able to choose the unlocked content that you get from any specific account.

Hacks like this usually work by playing the numbers game.

If you send out enough spam emails or links (or whatever else you use to target people) that have hacking software in them, then a handful of people might take the bait.

From there, you can hack their accounts, but you didn’t get to choose who took the bait.

That means that hacking these limited premium accounts is a stab in the dark.

You have no idea what content you will gain through this, even while you’re taking the risk of participating in illegal activity.

If you’re trying to unlock something specific on OnlyFans, this is not an efficient way to go after it.

If you’re looking for a recommendation, I would say that the rewards won’t catch up to the risks.

Why Do Some Sources Say That You Can Hack OnlyFans For a Free Premium Account? (3 Reasons)

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At this point, I think it’s fair to summarize everything above in a succinct statement. 

You can’t hack your way into a premium OnlyFans account.

As you’ve seen, these accounts don’t really exist.

Even in the convoluted ways that they kind of do exist, hacking them isn’t a smart option.

Considering that, why are there so many resources that suggest you can hack a premium account?

Seriously, you probably found this by Googling.

How many resources are out there?

How many other sites were telling you that they hold the secret to success?

Ultimately, this boils down to deception.

A lot of resources claim that this is a thing specifically because so many people Google the question.

There are a lot of individuals who would like to have a special OnlyFans account that enables them to browse content for free.

Understandable as that is, the demand for such information is what ultimately created the surplus of misinformation.

Allow me to explain in more detail.

#1 Scams

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A significant portion of sites claiming that you can hack your way into a premium account is running scams.

You might have noticed that a lot of these sites require you to download a tool or make an account with them in order to get access to your premium OnlyFans account.

That’s the whole trick.

Each scam is its own thing, but here’s how they generally work.

If you have to download a tool, that tool includes malicious software.

Once you download it, the scammer can use the software on your device to try to steal usernames, passwords, account information, and anything else that might be valuable.

Conversely, if they only want you to make an account, then they might be trying to steal your identity.

The information you provide to create that account is enough to steal your identity, and that’s not good.

Long story short, this is all about scamming people.

Bad people on the internet noticed that there were a lot of Google searches in this vain, so they provided the answers those people wanted to hear in order to take advantage of them.

#2 Traffic Manipulation

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There’s another component to this that doesn’t require outright malicious behavior.

The process is still similar to a scam in concept, but nobody has to steal your information or identity.

In this case, the idea is that web traffic can generate money.

We’ll use the easiest example.

When you go to a website, you might see ads.

The person who owns that website charges money to display those ads, and usually, more web traffic results in more ad revenue.

It’s simple enough.

So, someone on the internet might notice that a lot of people are trying to find free premium OnlyFans accounts.

So, they offer a quick tutorial on how to get such an account.

By providing an answer people want to see, then can generate a lot of web traffic, and that leads to ad revenue.

There are other ways to generate money through web traffic—such as affiliate sales or selling user statistics—but the gist is the same.

More traffic leads to more money, and they’re providing unreliable answers to Google searches in order to generate that traffic.

#3 Misunderstanding

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Lastly, we have the basic misunderstanding.

When you Google something along the lines of “hacked OnlyFans premium account,” you’re going to get a lot of results, but the leading results include all online forums. 

Most of the people pushing this idea are just random users on forums.

They aren’t necessarily trying to steal your identity or generate ad revenue (although you can definitely find scammers on forum sites).

They’re just repeating things that they heard, and some of them are genuinely trying to be helpful.

It’s one of those wonders of the modern internet.

Misinformation can spread easily because people hear something (or read it on the internet), believe it, and then repeat it.

That certainly seems to be the case with OnlyFans premium accounts.