Who needs a real job when you can just download Tinder instead, right?!
I'm not kidding — people are actually making money off the dating app.
A clever chick named Maggie Archer just discovered a super-easy way make a quick buck, and she's raking in the dough one swipe at a time.
Before you jump to any, um, risqué conclusions about her income tactic, rest assured she hasn't met up with any of the guys she's matched with on Tinder.
Instead, the 20-year-old wrote a captivating bio encouraging dudes to send her cash with hopes they'll get something out of it.
Archer's Tinder bio reads, "Send me $5, see what happens."
Of course, men have grown curious about what will actually happen if they send Archer money, and she's received a large flow of bills on PayPal ever since.
So basically, these guys are sending her money for no apparent reason and certainly not getting anything in return.
Girl, you're a damn genius.
The 20-year-old from St. Louis, Missouri, shared screenshots of the hack on Twitter, and her approach is seemingly flawless.
In one of the shared conversations, a contender asked where he could send the money, to which she replied, "PayPal."
After he sent the money, Archer unmatched him and collected the cash.
She talked to BuzzFeed News about her effortless way to make a few bucks and said,
It's really a foolproof plan because I'm not actually promising anything, I just say, 'See what happens.' A surprising amount of men take the bait.
Based off screenshots from her PayPal account, the hack is definitely working in her favor.
In a matter of days, multiple transactions occurred, and the priciest donation has been $10.
Apparently, Archer's received money from more than 20 guys in less than a week.
That's impressive AF. Brava.
People have become so inspired by Archer's money-making tactic that they've begun trying it out for themselves, and it looks like it's working.
Others who've commented on the tweet are questioning why they even have a job when they can just use Tinder to make money instead.
If you're on Tinder, struggling financially and have no remorse, give Archer's trick a try.
If you're a dude who's sent her money and fallen for the trick, I'm sorry.