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How to earn $500K+ as a Scam Artist in BitLife

Because what's the point if you aren't going to make bank?

Whether you've always yearned for a life of crime or are trying to complete the Riches to Rags challenge, life as a scam artist has its perks. Here's how you can bring home the big bucks by racking in over half a million by scamming those around you.

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How to be a successful Scam Artist in BitLife

The first step in scamming everyone is to become an official scam artist. To do this, you need to first purchase the Street Hustler pack before you can find Scam Artistry located under the Occupations tab. Once your character is over 18 and has graduated from high school, they can register as an official scam artist.

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One of the key skills you'll want to focus on is street smarts. This is a skillset that impacts how well you will perform scams and the types of people that will be available to scam. The Charity Collection and VIP Ticket scams tend to work out for the most profitability.

When you're starting out, we recommend focusing on the People tab instead of working out of the Scams tab. You can do this by picking the richest person in the People tab and picking a scam. If the scam works, you will earn money and increase street smarts. If the scam doesn't work out, just close out of the app and try again. Stay away from streets with high police presence to avoid getting arrested.

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