The Pokémon GO hack offered by ActiveGamer is a scam. The website offers unlimited free Pokécoins, Pokéballs and incense, but it requires users to provide personal information in exchange for the digital goods that may never materialize at all. Avoid it.
Pokémon GO Hack ActiveGamer: Scam Falsely Offers Free In-Game Currency
ActiveGamer's Pokémon GO hack asks for players to enter a username, select the number of Pokécoins, Pokéballs, and incense they want, and then press a button labeled Generate. Directly beneath that window is an extensive description for an unrelated mobile game called Bubble Cooking.
Clicking the Generate button will prompt an animation to play that represents the site checking various resources, one of which is the validity of the username. When we tried it with a made up username, that check was still successful, suggesting the check never happens at all.
Finally, the site demands you complete surveys and subscribe to scam offers.
Using these hacks not only won't work, but can easily get your account terminated by Niantic. Don't use them.
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