One man said he earns thousands of dollars every month through social media loyalty tests soliciting women from their suspicious partners who want to know if they are cheating.
Xavier Long, 20, of Yorkwood, alabama, revealed that she made over $2,000 in one week alone – simply flirting with women on social media to see how they would react.
Javier explained that for men who think their partner may not be true to them, reach out to them and ask them for help.
He then interacts with the women to see their true colors and tries to find out if they are going to be loyal or unfaithful to their lover.
It all started when one of Javier’s Instagram followers randomly asked him to help test his girlfriend’s loyalty.
A man says he makes thousands of dollars every month through social media loyalty tests soliciting women of his suspicious partners who want to know if they are cheating.
Javier Long, 20, of Yorkwood, Alabama, reveals he made over $2,000 a week alone — simply by flirting with women on social media to see how they would react
Javier explained that men who think their partner cannot be faithful should reach out to her and ask her for help. He then tries to accompany the women in an attempt to see their true colors.
He posted about it on TikTok and it quickly went viral, garnering thousands of views within a few days.
Then he started getting more and more requests, and he eventually started charging for his services. Now, he said he gets over 99 requests and earns $200 a day.
He often shares his results tick knock The account has garnered over 400,000 followers and a total of 7 million likes so far.
They told Vice News, ‘If people ask, I say I charge $10, but most people say, “I have that amount, but if that fails, I’ll send you this amount.”
‘Sometimes, I test for free, but with the number of DMs I get, why would I do one for free when people pay?
‘The most I was sent was $750. I think he was rich? His girl failed, but still he sent her. Usually people send me $100.
‘I have earned a lot’ [in total], I don’t have exact numbers, but doing these tests gave me nine to five stops to work [job],
‘I know I made about $2,000 in the first week and it was the fastest and easiest way I’ve ever made money.’
Javier said he receives over 99 requests and earns $200 a day. He often shares the results on his TikTok account, which now has over 400,000 followers
In one video, Javier messaged a woman and asked her if she had a boyfriend. She said it was ‘complicated’ but she agreed to give him her number
Then he told her, ‘Look, I think you’re a great friend and would really consider leaving my boyfriend if you’re in love in Michigan but I don’t think long distance can work’
She sent screenshots of messages to her boyfriend, who was stunned by her words
He said that if a woman gives any of her personal contact information without knowing her boyfriend, then he considers it a ‘failure’.
In a video, a man, who said he had just returned from deployment, was asked by DM Xavier for help because he was worried that his girlfriend had cheated.
Javier shared screenshots of his conversation with the woman throughout the clip. He texted her and said, ‘You must be in debt because you are interested in me.’
‘Hey thanks,’ she replied with a kissing emoji.
Then he asked her if she could give him her Snapchat username, to which she replied, ‘No, my boyfriend won’t be happy.’
She claimed that her boyfriend would not know, and then asked for his phone number instead.
“I think you’re beautiful, but I’m not ready to risk my relationship for someone I just met,” she said.
After that, Javier suggested that they get to know each other a little more and she agreed.
In another video, a man DMs Javier because he was worried that his girlfriend had cheated. He messaged her and said, ‘You must be in debt because you are interested in me’
Finally, he gave her his number. And after going here and there, she agreed to meet him on a date.
Javier told Vice News how he chooses to help people, he tries to pick the ‘most interesting stories’.
He explained: ‘Sometimes, someone sends the message, “We’re going out for two years, I want to see if he cheated on me,” or “He cheated on me first.”
‘ A friend hit me up, “Ayo, test my mom.” Some guy wanted me to test his sister because she was friends with her boyfriend. It’s your own blood, and you want to test it?’
In another TikTok, Javier got a request from a man who ‘needs to see if his girl was a cheater or not.’
He messaged the woman, but when he asked for her Snapchat he told her ‘this was not a good idea’.
Then he asked her if she had a boyfriend, and she said that things were ‘complicated’.
Then he asked her if she could give him her Snapchat username, to which she replied, ‘No, my boyfriend won’t be happy.’ She claimed that her boyfriend would not know.
Finally, he gave her his number. And after messaging for a while, she agreed to meet him on a date.
After DMing a few more moments, she agreed to give Javier her number and he started messaging.
Then he told her, ‘Look, I think you’re great friends and would really consider leaving my boyfriend if you made love in Michigan but I don’t think long distance can work.’
Javier is sure that some men want her to test their girlfriends because they want the ‘easy way out’ of a relationship, while others want to make sure they are with the right girl before marrying or getting married. ask to do.
‘I feel like some guys do it because they want their girlfriend to cheat. They want an easier route,’ he said.
‘Some friends are thinking of asking her to marry him. Another, they are thinking of asking him to go inside or introducing him to his mother – things like that.’
She’s happy to use her platform to help people, and it’s especially satisfying when women pass the test.
‘ In the comment of the video, people write, ‘Yo man, keep doing what you are doing, [these videos are] Good for the people,” he said.
“Once, when I sent a friend a screenshot of her going to her girl, she said, “Thanks, I’m taking her out to dinner tonight.”
‘he is nice. Sometimes, suppose a friend is spending all the money on a girl, I can tell her and she can stop wasting her money.
‘I’m helping people, so I think that’s a good thing. Before money, so I started doing it.’