Women banned from Tinder after charging men money to add them on social media

Tinder has been banning women from the app for using it to "mooch money off men" instead of meeting and dating singletons.

One woman made a TikTok video showing all of the money she'd received from random guys she'd met on Tinder before she was suddenly banned.

In the clip, TikTok user @thotianaxo shows a list of payments ranging from $1 (73p) up to $20 (£15) from gullible men, simply so they can add her on Snapchat.

She then shows the note from Tinder, explaining she can't use the app anymore for "violating terms of use".

"Uh it was nice while it lasted," she said in the caption.

The video was watched more than 1.4 million times and received thousands of comments from other women complaining about being banned, with many saying there's "nothing wrong" with hustling on dating apps.

One user wrote: "LOL I was embarrassed about being banned for this but I'm glad I found my people."

Another lass said: "I put in my bio 'send $10 and see what happens' and was gonna block them after and got banned."

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"The same thing happened to my sister, customer services told her she got reported for prostitution," commented another.

One woman added: "Why we all banned from mooching money off men I see nothing wrong with that?"

Someone else called the guys "simps", which is slang for men who lavish money or attention on women who aren't really interested or use them.

Raging at the TikTok user, one man wrote: "Good luck finding a boyfriend when you're just using boys for your own profit."

One of Tinder's rules is that you can't use the app for "any commercial purposes without our written consent".

This comes after a man insulted a woman he "superliked" on Tinder with a whole paragraph accusing her of being attention-seeking.

And a woman was branded "narcissistic" for making blokes fill out a questionnaire before she'd agree to date them.

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