I recently came across a BST that sell the tinder bot on subscription basis. To be honest, the first that came to my mind is why the software developer is selling the software? And my view on this is simple, it has become more profitable to sell the software as a service than to market on their own via Tinder. As per the seller claim that it is possible to go into JV with token seller to maximize profits margin, profit margin is super high,etc. Let us not jump into the hype and be too happy about this. Let us examine the cost for such a setup in more details. Software cost: $30+ per week, About $120+ a month Proxies to run 100 tinder accounts (good quality): Let us say you use 1 proxy to 1 tinder account, 1 proxy cost $1 (cheapest possible for quality proxy that work on tinder). $100 per month VPS to run the bot: $20 per month (You need something decent to manage the account) Tinder token cost: 100 accounts lasting for about 4 hours before it get banned. 6 x 100 tokens = 600 tokens a day. 30 days x 600 tokens = 18,000 tokens. According to seller, the token cost $0.25. 18,000 tokens x $0.25= $4,500 per month Therefore your total cost per month is $120 + $20 +$100 + $4,500 = $4,740 Which means to breakeven, daily you must earn at least $4,740/ 30 days = $158 I ran a test using tinder bot from another forum, and average daily revenue of around $130 ~$160. Used to be alot higher per day. But nowadays, users on tinder are so sick of marketing and fake profiles, revenue has been declining. If you can get a token provider going on JV with you then it is still possible to make some money out of it. But honestly at the price of $0.25 per token, I will rather sell the facebook token as the profit is much more certain. The issue with tinder token lies with the cost of phone verification. This particular cost can be crazily high. Apart from this, you run the risk of your CPA accounts being shut down with unpaid commission because you are caught with spamming activities. Tinder is aggressive on this and will not hesitate to take legal actions against CPA companies. And no matter how you mask your link, remember at the end of the day, users of Tinder can file complain report and Tinder will look into this and take legal action against the advertiser. So newbies, before you get overly excited and buy into the snake oil of easy money making, think again on the above.