Looks Like Even Tinder Profile Can Be Turned Into A Successful Business (13 pics + 2 gifs)

Posted in PICTURES       28 Mar 2017       5419       GALLERY VIEW



20-year-old Maggie Archer from St. Louis is using her Tinder to become a real-life Joanne the Scammer. She’s recently changed her profile bio to “Send me $5, see what happens” mostly as a joke, but found out pretty quickly that there might be a lucrative business in scamming thirsty guys.

When she finds a curious enough match who inquires what the $5 will get him, she tells them to “Send it and find out”, and provides her PayPal account.

Once the money is sent, she proceeds to unmatch with them. “It’s really a foolproof plan, because I’m not actually promising anything, I just say ‘see what happens. A surprising amount of men take the bait.”

Archer admits that around 1 in 5 matches actually send her money, and that she has been given money by more than 20 matches in a little less than a week. The most she has ever received is $10.

“Some men get creepy and assume if they offer a lot more, like hundreds, something will actually happen, which of course it doesn’t.”

She posted her ‘method’ to her Twitter account, and it has since been Retweeted nearly 8,000 times.


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