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How to embezzle in BitLife – Getting a lot of money!

If you're wondering how to make a lot of money embezzling in BitLife, we'll show you how in this guide!
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BitLife is full of all sorts of random things that will happen, which requires you to test your patience quite often. This is usually the case when it comes to certain tasks that you need to complete in challenges. Some of these things you may have done before, but when they are part of a challenge, you might be required to exceed your limits. Learn how to get promoted by not working so hard by following along with us in this guide.

Embezzling in BitLife

To embezzle money in BitLife, you just need to have a job and then go to the Crime menu under Activities. You will find the Embezzle option on the list. You can choose from varying amounts depending on your job. The higher the amount you choose, the more likely you will get caught!

If you’re at a typical place of work, you won’t make all that much money embezzling. If you want to make a lot, you will want to have a job as a Banker. This can be done by attending University and completing a degree in some kind of related field. Look for it under in the Jobs section and you should be able to get it pretty easily.

Now you can head to Embezzle under the Crime menu. You will have more options than usual, which should go as far as embezzling an awful lot of money. If you use this option, you can get around $10,000 each time you do it.

If you get caught, you will want to close out of the application completely. This should revert you to the time prior to you attempting the embezzlement! Keep stealing money until you can retire!

That’s everything you need to know about getting yourself promoted while not working the full amount of hours you are supposed to in BitLife! If you want to learn more about the game, check out all of our guides in the BitLife section of the site.

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