Now it seems Leviev is cashing in on his newfound infamy by joining personalised video service, Cameo.
Within the film, the alleged victims recall their story of how they matched with Leviev on the dating app, Tinder where he would then sweep them off their feet in the initial stages of dating while posing as the son of an Israeli diamond tycoon Lev Leviev.
Though soon enough he would claim his “enemies” were onto him and he would ask the women to send him money to fund his security.
Leviev has reportedly since joined Cameo off the back of the film's success - a place where fans can pay for personalised videos from a catalogue of celebrities...and now alleged con artists, it appears.
Listed as being from "Netflix - The Tinder Swindler," Leviev is charging £148 for personalised video messages and £1,036 for business ones, according to his profile.
In his introductory video, Leviev said: "Hi everybody, I'm so excited to be on Cameo. I'm Simon Leviev, if you want any blessings, anything [for] birthdays, shout out - I'm so excited to be here. I wish you a great and magnificent day everybody. Take care."
Simon Leviev has joined Cameo and this is what his profile looks likeCameo
In one personalised message, Leviev wished fan Ryan luck for his big football game and also dished out some advice to him on "ladies."
"You should be who you are, you should be yourself and you should be a gentleman. When you respect a lady, they love it and also be aware of your enemies - and wire to your friend Alex 25,000 for your protection," he said.
So far as of February 17th, Leviev has 32 fans and two five-star reviews from people who purchased a Cameo from him. The first review says: "Can’t believe I got a Cameo from Simon. One of the finest luxuries in the world!"
While the second review read: "She loved it! Just the words she needed to hear. Thank you Simon!"