With a holiday looming on the horizon in the US, things are heating up this Summer. The week is over, and it’s time for the weekend to get into full swing. That means gamers all across the globe are hopping in to get things done. This week, BitLife has another new challenge on deck. This week’s challenge is a pretty simple one, once you know what to do. And with the explosive nature of this one, you’re going to want to pay attention, lest you blow your hands off. Or get them put in handcuffs.
How to do the Fake Arrest Scam in BitLife
There are many scams you can do in BitLife. And with the Slippery Devil Challenge in BitLife, you need to do a bunch of them. One of the most advanced ones is the Fake Arrest Scam, and it won’t be easy to do.
When you pick a street to work, you will be given the option, for the Slippery Devil Challenge in BitLife, you need to pick the scammer option. Running scams in BitLife is based on a skill system. You must start off with basic scams, then work your way up. When you choose a scam for the first time, go with the Bump-and-Grab scam. You will be given a list of targets, read the description and figure out if they’re worth trying to rob. If you get lucky, you could get a cop on the first run. You will likely have to do this multiple times to get the person you need to target. You can also click the People option under the Street Hustler job. There may be a cop listed there. Click on the street you’re working and see if there’s a good option listed. From there, move on to the next step in the challenge. Just like before, you will have to pick and choose your targets.
Just keep working on more interesting scams, and you should get access to the Advanced scams in a few years.
As you get better, you can move up to Intermediate and Advanced scams. Down at the bottom of the list, is the Fake Arrest Scam in BitLife. Perform scams a few times until you get better, starting with the basic scams. Be sure to change it up and move to new streets after a few scams, to avoid getting caught. Be careful, sometimes a tourist or other target is posed by an undercover cop to catch you. Don’t get too greedy and run the same scam too many times in the same place over a single year.