Pokemon GO account sharing

If you have your on account that you play on, but if your friend encounters a rare pokemon like a lapras on his account, that he can log on to my account and catch it for me and then log out. This way the rare pokemons are more accessible.

Is this allowed? If not, what is the punishment, if any.

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    Niantic has a strict one account equals one human rule. If you were to violate this rule (for example, sharing your password), you would risk having your account permanently banned for sharing it.

    Additionally, your account would seem to have “teleported” to a location that you’re likely nowhere near. This will also act as a red flag on your account, and may result in a ban.

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