People have been obsessed with Netflix's wild show "The Tinder Swindler." Now, the king con is talking to the El Paso kings out there. There are some shows that people become obsessed with, and that's exactly what's happening with the new Netflix documentary, "The Tinder Swindler."

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The documentary is the story of a group of women who were looking for love on the popular dating app Tinder, and instead found themselves out hundreds of thousands of dollars due to being conned by a charming casanova. Simon Leviev portrayed himself as the son of a billionaire diamond heir, who had a playboy lifestyle but was still a romantic at heart looking for love.

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Simon wooed these women with lavish gifts and trips around the world, but after gaining their trust he told a story about how he had powerful enemies that were trying to kill him and he needed the women to take out loans and max out their credit cards to help him until he could get into his fortune.

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Simon conned several women with this scheme and they all banned together to let the world know about his scheme. Since then, he's become an internet phenomenon and has been making money off his fame. El Paso's favorite Instagram therealfitfamelpaso had Simon leave a message to all of El Paso, but especially the El Paso Kings about how to know if your lady really loves you:

See the trailer for the Netflix documentary "The Tindler" below. You can also learn more about Simon Hayut and the "Tinder Swindler" documentary on the Netflix website.

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