TikTok user Jenna claims she managed to get a load of designer gifts, simply by adding wishlists to her Tinder profile and setting the age to much older men
While most of us know Tinder as the app that people use to meet potential love interests, friends with benefits and whatever else, one woman has found a way to hustle the dating app to get a whole host of a designer gear for free – and she reckons it’s easy!
Jenna went viral on TikTok after revealing how she managed to bag a pair of Jimmy Choo heels, a Chanel bag and lots of other luxury pieces, simply by making a few changes to her Tinder profile.
All the 26-year-old did was add her shopping wishlists to her profile, and change her age range to older guys, and she claims the rest took care of itself.
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“I would not even believe this if I heard this but I can’t make this s*** up,” she explained in a now-viral clip.
“I saw this TikTok that said if you get a Tinder and just set the age for older guys and put your Amazon wishlist and whatever wishlist you want, people will just buy you s*** and send you money. So I thought, ‘I’m unemployed due to COVID why not?’ Guys, it worked! People sent me s***.”
And, just two days into setting up her profile, Jenna received a Tory Burch bag, a Burberry swimsuit, Jimmy Choos, and a Chanel Boy bag – but sadly, it wasn’t set to last as Tinder cottoned on to what she was doing, and her profile eventually got banned.
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“Guys I can’t make this stuff up, what the heck! My Tinder got banned but like I got all of this free stuff,” she added.
People on TikTok have been left divided, with many girls commenting that they’d love to give it a go for themselves.
“B**** how do you share your wishlist on Tinder?! I’ma need to do this,” one woman commented, while another added: “How am I going to explain this to my boyfriend?!”
“Too bad they caught on to what you were doing and ruined it for the rest of us,” another joked.
Meanwhile, others questioned whether it was morally acceptable to “scam” older men – but Jenna responded by saying she didn’t ask anyone to buy her anything.
What do you think, is it an acceptable thing to do? Have your say in the comments section below…