Simon Leviev has made headlines for all the wrong reasons as he is infamously known as the Tinder Swindler. It seems Simon Leviev will have a very hard time trying to swindle people again from the looks of it as well.
This is because the Tinder Swindler has been banned from basically all other dating apps. According to TMZ, the owners of OkCupid, Hinge, PlentyofFish, OurTime, Meetic, Pairs, and Match said that Simon has been permanently banned from all of their dating applications.
Due to this, he will no longer be able to scam women as he had been doing for a long time. A representative for the companies added that Leviev violated the terms of service at Tinder. Because of this, the other partner companies will also not allow him to create a profile on the other apps.
According to the new documentary, Simon always flaunted his lavish lifestyle to women on Tinder, in hopes of getting their trust and affection. Once he trapped them, Simon would convince them to “loan” him money before he ghosted them and ran away with the cash.
The documentary claimed he would use one woman’s money to impress the next and continued from there. He allegedly took more than $10 million from his victims.
He was finally arrested in 2019 and sent back to Israel, where he was released after just 5 months in prison. Thankfully, now it seems his days of duping innocent women are gone for good.