What other dating apps is Simon Leviev on?

He was kicked out of dating apps for violating Tinder’s terms of service.

This means that if Simon Leviev plans to have sex again soon, he may have to do it in real life.


Simon Leviev is accused of defrauding millions of womenCredit: simon.leviev.of/Instagram

What other dating apps is Simon Leviev on?

The man who allegedly scammed millions of unsuspecting women was on dating apps.

But now Simon Lievev aka the “Tinder Swindler” has been permanently banned from Hinge, OkCupid, PlentyofFish, Pairs, Meetic and OurTime.

A representative for Match Group told TMZ that he was banned from all company properties after violating Tinder’s terms of service.

They said the partner companies would not allow him to create a profile under his name or aliases after impersonating him and asking for money.

When was Simon Leviev banned on Tinder?

The Tinder Swindler premiered on Netflix on Wednesday, February 2, 2022.

On Friday, February 4, Tinder released a statement saying they had banned Simon Leviev – whose real name is Shimon Hayut – from their platform.

“We have conducted internal investigations and can confirm that Simon Leviev is no longer active on Tinder under any of his known handles,” the dating site said, according to Variety.

Ahead of the movie’s release, Tinder released updated user guidelines titled Romance Scams: How to Protect Yourself Online.

Tinder added that scammers often use platforms like theirs to prey on “vulnerable” people “looking for love”.

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What did Simon Leviev say about dating apps?

The shamelessly convicted scammer recently posted a defense of himself using the dating app, criticizing the women he scammed.

He said: “If I was a fraud why would I act on Netflix, I mean they should have stopped me while we were still filming.

“It’s high time the ladies started telling the truth. If you can’t give them the world, they’ll turn yours into hell.

After breaking his silence, Leviev vowed to “announce to the world” his views on the Netflix show this Friday.

The Tinder Swindler was born Shimon Hayut but changed his name to Simon Leviev, then called himself the Prince of Diamonds.

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