This Brilliant Chick Is Getting Rich On Tinder Thanks To Thirsty Bros

Ladies, don’t act like you haven’t done it before. You got no interest in the guy whatsoever, but he asks you out and obviously you’re not going to turn down free food even if you do end up having to endure his obnoxious personality for a while.

But what if you could skip all the bullshit and just let the dude donate some money to you directly without ever having to actually deal with him?

Meet 20-year-old genius Maggie Archer, a student at Missouri Western State University.

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Like so many other women, Maggie is on Tinder. But, unlike most people, the St. Louis native uses the app in a ridiculously brilliant way.

If you stumble upon Maggie’s Tinder, you’ll notice her intriguing bio.

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“Send me $5, see what happens,” it reads.

Eager to “see what happens,” thirsty dudes are swiping for Maggie.

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When her matches ask what the money will get them, Maggie simply gives them her PayPal account.

And they’re not just swiping—they’re paying up, too.

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Within days, Maggie explained to BuzzFeed News, 20 dudes (and counting) had already paid her, including one guy who dropped a $10 on her. She said that about one of every five of her matches have sent some money.

So then what happens after they pay? SHE UNMATCHES THEM.

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While she was a bit surprised by how many men have actually followed through, Maggie told BuzzFeed News, “It’s really a foolproof plan, because I’m not actually promising anything, I just say ‘see what happens.'”

Maggie shared her brilliant plan on Twitter.

And people have a lot of feelings about it.

Some love her plan, but others think she’s pulling a cruel scam.

“Some people are definitely upset about what I’m doing,” she told BuzzFeed News, adding, “Mostly men.”

But as 50 Cent once put it, “If they hate, then let ’em hate and watch the money pile up.”

Savage.

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