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Career Criminal reveals how he robs people using Instagram and Snapchat (Video)

Career Criminal reveals how he robs people using Instagram and Snapchat (Video)

A career criminal has revealed how he robs people using their Instagram and Snapchat.

According to the career criminal, he sometimes goes on girls’ pages and uses one of his fake accounts to follow them and finds a few blue ticks that he likes.

He then observes the pieces of jewellery and luxuries in their pictures and notices that they are rich.

When asked how easy he finds the location of victims he said: ” Well, from a car reg, you can get the location of the house. But same time, if I go into their live pin, sometimes their address is in there.”

He disclosed there are some rich people he follows for a long time and there are some he follows for a few days and hits on them.

” We’re, “Ah, they’re at that club that we know. Boom, fly down there, grab a quick watch. But if it’s taking a bit longer, we have to find out what club they’re at and fling a tracker under their car. Yeah, there’s plenty of ways to skin a cat, man.” He said

When asked how he mug their victims at the club, he said: ” Probably a taser or something. Man, he gets tased quickly in his car-zzz. They got obviously disposable cash where they’re fucking showing off like that, innit.

When quizzed if the influencers deserved it, Career criminal said,” Yeah, rob from the rich and give back to us, man, because we need it. They’re asking for it, innit. Understand in this life, we know from where we come from not to be out there slipping and sliding, you get me?”

When asked the advice he would give influencers that flaunt what they’ve got on their Instagram page, He said: ” I say go get more Rolexes, man”

Watch the video below:

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