The Tinder Swindler has returned to social media after dramatically leaving Instagram

After a dramatic exit from Instagram, the notorious Tinder Swindler has returned to the world of the Internet – and it’s a doozy of a site he’s chosen for his new home.

Simon Leviev – who also goes by the name of Shimon Hayut – has gained fame as the subject of Netflix‘s The Tinder Swindler documentary, which exposed him for scamming people online through the dating app. 

Leviev (or Hayut) has created an account on Cameo, which is an American video-sharing website that allows celebrities to send personalised video messages to fans. We’re a bit baffled as to who would be a “fan” of a man who scammed women over dating apps, but there you go.

His profile reads that he is “excited to be on Cameo to wish the special person in your life whatever you need!”

A personalised video for you or someone else costs £148, while “engaging video content” for business purposes is priced at £1,036.

“Hi everybody I’m so excited to be here on Cameo, I’m Simon Leviev, if you want any blessing, anything birthday or whatever, shout out, I’m so excited to be here,” he says in a video that plays on his profile. “I wish you a great and magnificent day everybody, take care.”

Shortly after the documentary aired, the conman left Instagram after making a dramatic statement about setting the story of his crimes straight.

“I will share my side of the story in the next few days when I have sorted out the best and most respectful way to tell it, both to the involved parties and myself,” he posted. “Until then, please keep an open mind and heart.”

Since then, Leviev has caused outcry by pitching both a TV dating show and his own podcast based on women competing for his love. 

Yeah, we can’t say we’ll be signing up to Leviev’s Cameo any time soon.