New Tinder Scam

New Tinder Scam

I’m sure we’ve all had a dodgy date, but when you’ve had a few drinks and you get invited back to their place most people would think A) I’m onto a winner or B) I may get murdered tonight but the last thing you would expect is to arrive a sales meeting!

The problem with Pyramid Schemes is that on paper they may appear to be a great way to earn money, in reality the only people that really win are the original scammers.


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