‘Tinder Swindler’ Simon Leviev seeks $20,000 for nightclub appearances


Beats being on Hinge.

‘Tinder Swindler’ Simon Leviev is charging $20,000 for nightclub appearances following the ‘success’ of the Netflix show revealing his scam trail, reports TMZ.

The outlet reports that Leviev is getting offers from as close as Philly and Boston and as far away as Germany and Mexico. Apparently, the five-figure salary includes bottle service requests at the club, as well as a private jet, a 5-star hotel suite, black SUV car service and 2 full-time security guards.

Leviev, 31, couldn’t be blamed for wasting the show’s momentum: TMZ also reported this month that he was seen checking out Ferraris at a luxury car dealership in Tel Aviv and that he had retained the services of Gina Rodriguez, who also represents Mama June, among others.

Among his other alleged projects are a dating show – in which women argue over him – and a podcast. Leviev is also on online celebrity greeting service Cameo – where he charges $200 for individuals and $1,000 for businesses – and currently has a 4.9 rating on the site, with one satisfied fan saying that he “knocked it out of the park” with a recent appearance.

Simon Leviev wants $20,000 to make club appearances.
Simon Leviev wants $20,000 to make club appearances.
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Leviev is accused of scamming millions of women through Tinder and was banned from dating apps after “performing” on the show.

One of Leviev’s victims, Pernilla Sjöholm, exclusively told Page Six in a recent interview that “[Leviev] has a problem. He doesn’t feel empathy.

“He doesn’t really care about anyone but himself,” she said of a recent interview in which Leviev denied scamming anyone.

“You can hear him speak even now in the interview. ‘It was very difficult for me’ – it’s just ‘me, me, me’.

The alleged scammer was arrested in 2019 for using a fake passport and sentenced to 15 months in prison in Israel on previous fraud charges, and was released after serving five months.

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