PayPal payment proof generators (websites or apps) were created for the primary purpose of having fun like used in pranking friends.
Although it has widely been used to commit fraud it should be noted that it’s a crime punishable by law.
Also, our article in no way shows how to commit fraud or encourages one to commit fraud. It’s purposed to be used for fun.
With that said, on this page, you’ll find a list of 5 fake Paypal payment generators. If you’re ready to pay for the below platforms you can skip to a better alternative at the bottom of this page.
5 Fake PayPal Payment Proof (Screenshot) Generator 2022
Invoice Ninja. It is no surprise that Invoice Ninja tops our list as it is one of the best apps to use for generating fake PayPal receipts.
This app is user-friendly and easy to navigate. With Invoice Ninja, you can generate a fake receipt that would nearly look exactly like the original receipt by PayPal. In fact, it would take a genius to detect the difference.
The app doesn’t just generate PayPal receipts but does it professionally and you can modify it anytime you want. Invoice Ninja also enables you to send the screenshot receipts as PDF files or as a picture to anyone. Apart from generating fake PayPal payment screenshots, the app can be used to track your transactions and make proposals.
Zoho. If you are a business owner and you are looking for a PayPal payment proof generator that works for different currencies, then Zoho is for you.
With Zoho, you can easily set up payment reminders in addition to generating fake PayPal screenshots. The good thing about this app is that it is flexible and you can create fake PayPal screenshot receipts in Word, Excel or PDF format— whichever you choose. Zoho also gives users a 15-day free trial to find their way around the app and see if it is suitable for them before their subscription starts reading. The app is also cost-effective and user-friendly.
Fake Receipt. FakeReceipt is another top PayPal fake payment proof generator. You don’t need to be tech-savvy to operate the app as it is simple to navigate.
All you need to do is, go to the right side of the page and the information on the receipt would be displayed. Fill in the necessary information as the page provides and go ahead and make your fake receipt. Depending on your choice, you can either save the image on your phone by downloading it or print it out. We advise you do both in case of any emergency.
Wave Invoice. If you are looking for quality and top-notch professionalism, then you may want to consider Wave Invoicing. This app is suitable for both Apple and Android phones and works perfectly to generate fake PayPal payment proofs.
The app also lets you connect your bank account to it and keep a track of your transactions and assets. Receipts may be generated in PDF, Google Sheets, Google Docs or Word format.
Quick Books. If you need an app that can cater for some of your business needs as well as generate fake PayPal payment screenshots, then Quick Books might just be your best bet.
The app helps with most of your business and accounting issues, sets reminders for payments, checking profit and loss among other features. Quick Books has strict security measures in place so be assured that your transactions are safe and would not be accessed by a third party.
The above-mentioned platforms are invoicing platforms used to create invoices and can be integrated with PayPal. They can also be used to create fake PayPal receipts really simple to navigate and create. Keep reading after the image.
Using the above platforms is a longer route to creating these receipts compared to the method I have in the next paragraph.
You can create a fake PayPal receipt from the PayPal website. This is done through “Page Inspection”.
To do this you need to have a PayPal account and must have performed at least one transaction on it.
If you’re a video person you can watch the below YouTube video which shows the process or you can move to the next paragraph which shows detailed steps to doing that.
Let’s get on with the steps. (I’m using Chrome for this illustration)
- Log into your PayPal account.
- Scroll down to any transaction you’ve done to the recipient previously and tap on it.
- On the transaction page right click on your computer. And scroll down to “Inspect”.
- On the code section, tap Ctrl+F, and search for the same figure (in my case 40.00) in the current transaction.
- Locate the digit in the code section and edit it to your desired figure. I changed mine to 408.00.
- Tap on any part of the screen and the figure is changed on the PayPal transaction part of the screen.
That’s it, you can take a screenshot using the snipping tool and send it for fun.
If you’re a business owner you might want to do more checks to confirm that the receipts received via email are genuine.
An example is a scam like the one reported here. You might want to check that link to make sure appropriate checks are done before releasing your goods.
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