Simon Leviev has been kicked off dating apps for violating Tinder’s terms of service. Meaning if Simon Leviev is planning on looking for love again soon, he might have to do it in real life.
What other dating apps is Simon Leviev on?
The man who allegedly conned millions out of unsuspecting women was on dating apps. But now Simon Leviev, aka the ‘Tinder Swindler’, has been permanently banned from Hinge, OkCupid, PlentyofFish, Pairs, Meetic, and OurTime.
A Match Group representative told TMZ he has been banned from all the company’s properties after violating the terms of service at Tinder. They said the partner companies will not allow him to create a profile under his name or his aliases after impersonating and asking for money.
When was Simon Leviev banned on Tinder?
What has Simon Leviev said on dating apps?
The shameless convicted conman recently posted a defense of him using the dating app, criticising the women he scammed.
He said: “If I was a fraud why would I act on Netflix I mean they should have arrested me when we were still shooting.
“It’s high time the ladies start saying the truth. If you can’t give them the world they’ll turn yours to hell.”
Upon breaking his silence, Leviev vowed to make an “announcement to the world” about his views on the Netflix show this Friday.
The Tinder Swindler was born Shimon Hayut but changed his name to Simon Leviev, then styled himself The Prince of Diamonds.