A video has gone viral of a young man sitting in a pool showing off a glamorous watch on his wrist, explaining the controversial way in which he acquired it. He claims he opened up a business just to get credit cards, purchased the watch for $100,000 with the intention of selling it, before declaring bankruptcy, voiding him from all payments. Otherwise known as, yes you guessed it, “fraud.”
Shocking Controversial Video
A popular TikToker known as Ryan is now facing accusations of being a “scammer.”
This online sensation, whose account name is @greenthumbgotbands, recently shared a now-deleted video that has caused quite a stir.
Everyone Needs to Be Aware
The video was reposted on Twitter by @Imposter_Edits, ensuring that the shocking details did not go unnoticed.
Relaxing With $100,000 Watch
Ryan showcased a lavish $100,000 watch, capturing the attention of viewers worldwide.
Boasting His Shocking Scam
What followed was an explanation of how he bought the watch without spending a penny of his own money.
Identifying himself as an “entrepreneur,” Ryan told of his questionable tactics while relaxing poolside.
How Did He Do It?
“Business credit,” he declared, “you are not personally held responsible for that line of credit.”
Then he revealed his strategy of establishing a business that he admittedly cared little about.
Disgraceful Credit Card Fraud Explained
By opening credit cards under this new business, he was able to exploit the system and get his purchases.
After he had bought his luxury items, he told users to “declare bankruptcy” so that no money would have to be paid back.
Disturbing Plan to Make More Money
Sporting the expensive watch on his wrist, he announced his intention to sell it to a jeweller for a hefty sum of $80,000 in cash, despite having initially acquired it for $100,000.
Going Back on His Word?
In a follow-up video, the TikToker attempted to downplay the seriousness of his scam, claiming it was all a joke.
Disgraced TikToker Ensures He Did Nothing Wrong
He asserted that no evidence could be found against him, as the entire video was nothing more than a fabrication.
Twitter Users Don’t Believe a Word of It
Twitter users believe that Ryan is genuinely committing fraud despite the follow-up explanation.
One user said, “Bro is about to be arrested for credit card fraud and wire fraud. Good job.”
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Others compared him to famous figures hilariously saying, “Ah yes, the andrew tate school for acne bros.”
Another joked, “Graduate of Trump University.”
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He’s a Family Man
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