How This Clever, Hot College Chick Used Tinder To Get Rich Quick

Maggie Archer, a relatively normal college kid, has cracked a seductive plan to turn her Tinder profile into a cookie jar filled with $5 payments from countless sugar daddies.

When you think of finding the perfect match online, Tinder is probably not the first app that enters your mind. We can’t say anyone has actually met their soulmate so much as a flavor of the evening on it, but the rules are simple. Swipe right if you’ve met your match, swipe left if you’re not interested.

For Archer’s Tinder plan to work, she had to figure out exactly to exploit the app for maximum personal gain/tuition money. You’re about to find out how good looks and seductive copy on a social platform can easily turn into passive (or rather, passion) income.

All Solutions Stem From A Need Or A Problem

Like most students attending college, Maggie has to deal with huge tuition bills, the prospect of massive student loan debt, and daily expenses which can weigh heavily on anyone. With a need for money and a desire to make it, Maggie was in a state of susceptibility to any idea that would bring in the green. That’s when a seemingly perfect plan fell into her lap.

A Hot Bod Works Wonders For These Kinds Of Schemes

Aware of her good looks and the desperation of some men, Maggie turned a joke between her and her friends into a money making scheme. She decided to turn her Tinder profile into a source of income by using enticing pictures of herself accompanied by the real money maker, her cleverly crafted bio which you can view next.

This Is Quite Possibly The Smartest Yet Dumbest Idea For Tinder

She crafted a seductive and mysteriously enticing bio that said the following, “Send me $5, see what happens ;).” She clearly hadn’t provided a promise for anything, but merely acted on the presumption that men (maybe even women) would make an impulsive decision based on sexual interest. Was she right? Slide on to find out!

The Promise Of A Surprise Is Too Hard To Resist

From a more psychological outlook, it’s easy to see how this idea could work. The use of carefully selected images with a short bio that states her intentions and an implied promise would render some men incapable of making a critical decision but an impassioned one instead. Also, $5 is a reasonable amount to take a chance with. As good as this sounds, did it work in reality? You’ll be surprised by the results in the next slide!

More Than A Few Men Have Fallen For It

The result? Well, Maggie pocketed over 100 bucks within the first week of launching her scheme. Some men went so far as to tip amounts larger than $5 in hopes of bumping up their likelihood of getting something satisfying from her. This was a ridiculous plan which actually worked superbly!