The only way you would be able to access their account without tricking them would be if they voluntarily gave you their login details, but Meez does not approve of people sharing accounts on their website so it is likely that the account might be deleted and you would get a ban from the site.
Meez employees make a point of emphasising that they never ask users to divulge their passwords. Therefore there is not really a legitimate reason for any Meez user to publicise their login details to any other individuals, meaning that hacking accounts on the website should be very difficult in theory.
Nonetheless, some people do decide to post their login details online to allow other users to access the account. Doing an internet search for ‘general sharing Meez accounts’ for instance may bring up examples of this and might allow you to login to Meez using the account in question. However it must be remembered that if the site administrators become aware that this is happening then the account will probably be banned for breaking its rules.
Meez is a social network service based in San Francisco, California. It was launched in March 2006 and has three million unique users who average 3 hours per month spent visiting the site. Meez is a virtual world where users can personalise their identity, connect with friends, chat, socialise and share media.
Meez operated with a currency known as ‘Coinz’. Although users can use a free ad-supported account, they can choose to sign up for a VIP account where you pay a subscription in order to enjoy the site without advertisements. 90% of the 13 million registered Meez.com users are based in the United States.