James Argent skint and forced to make money flogging £83-a-time video messages

James Argent is charging fans £83-a-time personal video messages after documents reportedly show his company has no money.

The former TOWIE star, who was dumped by Gemma Collins earlier this year and went to rehab for drug and alcohol addiction, is earning money recording personal messages for his adoring fans.

For £83 James' fans can get a personalised messaged from him – and he's even recorded some of them from his hot tub.

And for a mere £2.49 you can go on a little live chat with James on Cameo for a limited time.

The star has even filled out an intro on the website for his new business venture.

In it, he says: "Hi guys, it's Arg here, just want to send my love and best wishes.

"And to let you know I've finally joined Cameo so if you want any birthday or shoutouts in general, I'm here to help."

He finished it by writing: "God bless and lots of love from old Argie boy."

And it looks like business is booming as his reviews were glowing.

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One reviewer wrote: "Thank you Arg Argent, Adrian was delighted with his video. Great value for money. Stay safe big man x."

Another said: "The cameo was awesome! I wish I had a camera to capture my wife’s reaction."

Giving fans a taste of what they can expect, James shared one video of one of his personal messages.

In it he is wishing a 30th birthday to somebody called Ruth.

James says in the video: "I hear you're going to a lovely spa at Lake Wyndham, I've been there and done a bit of swimming myself, believe it or not."

He then tells her: "Don't worry about not going back to your job," and sends her "positive vibes".

The Cameo move comes after documents filed to Companies House show James Argent Ltd has “zero cash in the bank” for 2020 compared to £63,867 last year.

The company made a loss of just under £24,000 as James' earnings were hit by his time in rehab and the coronavirus pandemic.

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