Girl finds way to make dollars out of seedy Tinder matches

Tinder 28/03/2017

Some girl’s been labelled a genius for swindling horny, gullible Tinder boys out of their cheeky fivers.

Genius is one word for it.

Scammer is another.

But hey, who are we to judge. We all look for ways to make extra cash from time to time.

You know how it goes. You get paid. You have a couple beersies with your mates at your local. The crew want to head into the CBD. Next thing you know your snorting something in a dodgy toilet cubicle. Then you arrive at the bar like you’re a mother fucking P.I.M.P. - shouting round on round for a bunch of people you just met (but Steve says they're cool).

Six hours later you wake up next to a stranger, with two road cones in your room, a Calendar Girl's note stuck to your face, and a throbbing head ache that makes you feel like there's an army of small builders trying to hammer their way out of your skull...

Then you plummet into a diet of poverty and regret for the next two weeks.

Well, shit. Pay day's bloody ages away.

Now what?

Get a side gig as an Uber driver? That is, if you can afford a car that’s been made in the last 10 years...

Hit up Instant Finance, loan a few hundred, and then spend the next three months paying off the interest and getting yourself into an even worse financial situation?

Great. 

Become a social influencer, invite all your mates to Impala every weekend, and get paid for it? YES!
...Wait, you need people to actually like you first, for this to work, right? 

Start up an Etsy boutique selling your average-to-poor work time doodles?

Or list all your unwanted, second-hand clothes on TradeMe - hoping some rota-ho scoops up all those bodycon dresses and crop tops that you bought back in a time when you thought it was a good idea to go out on a Friday night wearing a skirt so short and heels so high, you’d have strange men follow you real slow in their cars asking: “Need a ride?” or “how much?”

Then you stopped wearing said dresses, not because people thought you were a hooker, but more because your love for Wicked Wings consumed you, and if you’re gonna look like a hooker... you wanna look like a hot hooker.  SO TAKE THE SLUTTY DRESSES OUT OF OUR HANDS, CAUSE WE LOVE FRIED CHICKEN AND THAT AIN'T EVER GON' CHANGE.

*Cough.* We digress.  

You know what though.. Yes, all of these suggestions could potentially make your broke ass a quick spot of cash. But they sound like a lot of effort... and for not a lot of reward.

What if you could just set up a paypal account, ask your Tinder matches to deposit $5 into your account. Then unmatch them as soon as the dollars clear?

HOLY CRAP. YOU CAN DO THAT!? 

Yes. That’s exactly what this boss Maggie did. AND IT WORKED.

Maggie changed her bio to: “Send me $5, see what happens,”  with the aim of encouraging seedy dudes to send her $$$ in exchange for nudes (or whatever else their dirty minds were hoping for).  

Then once she unmatched them, they had no means of contacting her.

Twisted yet brilliant.

Maggie has said she was surprised by the amount of dudes who were up for the deal. And now there's a fair few girls who have been inspired, and are playing copy cat. 
 
Okay. Agreed. Scammers suck, but in all honesty anyone stupid enough to get scammed into giving money to a stranger on Tinder, probably deserves to lose every cent.   

Maggie props to your creativity in making some extra cash. 

And seedy men anonymous, don't get played by a Tinder scammer. You're better than that.