Simon Leviev, better known globally as Tinder Swindler, has signed up to the Cameo welcome site and is charging users £148 for a personalized message
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Fan Netflix can now receive a personalized message by Tinder Swindler Simon Leviev.
The scammer has gained notoriety thanks to the streaming giant now posting videos on celebrity welcome site Cameo – and is charging £148 a turn.
Simon, 31, who goes by the nickname Tinder Scammer, promised fans that their personal video would land within 24 hours of being ordered.
He decided to monetize his global popularity and also give businesses the opportunity to receive personalized messages.
In one clip, he is seen wearing a Versace hoodie and saying to the camera: “Hi everyone, I’m so excited to be here on Cameo.
“I’m Simon Leviev, if you want any wish, anything, birthday, anything, shout it out. I’m so excited to be here. I wish you a great day and wonderful.”
In another, he allegedly appeared to be joking about his past exploits and mentioned he told women he needed cash to stay safe.
Smirking, he said, “Party like your last day – like your enemies are chasing you.”
Impressively, Simon currently boasts a five-star rating on the platform even though some fans have criticized the company for allowing him to cash in on his scam.
Talking to SunA source said: “It was a huge blow to all the women he cheated on over the years.
“Many people are still paying off loans from the cards he scammed from them but here Simon is branding himself as a celebrity.
“What message are we sending to teenagers if this is the type of person we celebrate?”
His story became a worldwide phenomenon this year by Netflix as the streaming service has shown how he poses as a global sprint diamond trader.
Viewers continued to watch the documentary showing how he would flaunt his apparent wealth on social media when he styled himself the Diamond Prince.
Simon, born Simon Hayut, will tell unsuspecting women that he is the son of a Russian-Israeli gem magnate named Lev Leviev – which is of course not true.
Speaking on the two-hour programme, his victim Cecilie Fjellhøy told how she was admitted to a mental health ward after Simon tricked her out of £140,000.
Ways of Discovery caught up with him in 2019 when he was sentenced to 15 months in prison.
However, he served only 5 months before being released for good behaviour.
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