Simon Leviev, the Tinder Swindler continues to thrive as he charges $20,000 for club appearances. The fraudster demands private jets, suits, and two bodyguards too.

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Old habits die hard, or in the case of Tinder Swindler Simon Leviev, they dont die at all! No matter his jail sentences or that he is infamous as a fraudster worldwide, the guy continues to live life fake-king size. Instead of sweating it out, haggling to make ends meet, the swindler continued to enjoy easy money! Netflix’s documentary has given Simon Leviev enough notoriety that he’s now charging $29K for club appearances. In addition, to the moolah, the charlatan will also enjoy perks like bottle service, a private jet, a suite at a five-star hotel, a black SUV car service, and two security guards who will be with him the whole time. Dont allow your jaw to drop just yet.

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The man relied on fake identities and operated under many aliases, the main one being prince-of-diamond, son of Russian-Israeli gem tycoon Lev Leviev. His action plan always involved swooning ladies with grand romantic gestures like dates in chauffeur-driven cars and trips on private jets.

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Of course, none of the money is his, but his other romantic interest, aka victims. TMZ reported that clubs in the US and abroad want to book Leviev to patronize their venues; spots in Philly, Boston, Germany, and Mexico have asked him to make appearances.

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When someone said, ‘publicity of any kind is good,’ this is what they meant. He has also been earning a decent amount of money on Cameo, where he’s charging $200 per video and had already made $39K in three days. A few days ago, the 31-year-old bogus diamond trader was parading in Tel Aviv in a $2600, easy-to-spot-from-the-moon Gucci canvas jacket as he visited a luxury car showroom.

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This time the object of desire was no moneyed maiden; he was spotted drooling over a Ferrari 296 GTB, worth $360,900. The way his career is flourishing, it looks like he will soon post a picture in his new blazing red ride! The karma gods are probably very busy with Putin right now!

Simon Leviev being expelled from Athens, Greece in 2019. Image via AFP. Via Instagram / @simon__leviev__official___

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