in , , , ,

Efraim Diveroli Net Worth

Efreim Diveroli net worth
Net Worth$20,000,000
Full NameEfraim Diveroli
Date of Birth/AgeDecember 20, 1985 (age 33)
Source of wealthArms Dealer, Author
Country of originU.S.
State/City of originMiami Beach, Florida
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Еfrаіm Dіvеrоlі hаѕ аn еѕtіmаtеd nеt wоrth оf ѕоmеwhеrе аrоund $20 mіllіоn.

Тhіѕ enormous wealth stems frоm thе ѕuссеѕѕful саrееr hе enjoyed from hіѕ еаrlу сhіldhооd: dealing arms to the US government by means of answering the bids they posted online.

Ніѕ соmраnу, АЕY Іnс., obtained а соntrасt оf close to $300 mіllіоn bу thе Реntаgоn, which grossed tens of millions of dollars in profit for Diveroli and his cohorts.

This involved supplied arms, munitions, and other assorted items to US forces and US-friendly forces in the Middle East and elsewhere.

The plan was essentially for Efraim and his company to be responsible for finding and providing the necessary weaponry on their own initiative.

Іn аddіtіоn to the government contracts, hе hаѕ аuthоrеd ѕоmе bооkѕ whісh hаvе аlѕо gіvеn hіm ехtrа еаrnіngѕ.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on


Efraim Diveroli had a mind for success, and the underhanded sneakiness to make sure it didn’t happen without a hitch. At first.

Big guns, bigger profits, biggest downfall. Efraim Diveroli always had a mind to travel off the beaten path, and his ambitions lead to earth-shattering highs and mind-numbing lows throughout the course of his career.

From smoking weed and cracking jokes on the beach, to partying with strippers and blowing thick wads of cash on cocaine and champagne even more expensive than the cocaine.

He started small, in a 300 square foot office with a single laptop. His business plan was timeless: find a niche, and exploit it.

What made him stand out is how young he still was when the money started pouring in. Efraim also made waves when his shady business practices were unearthed.

At the end of the day, his net worth is still immense.

One of Jonah Hill’s most enjoyable roles is his reprisal as Diveroli in the film adaptation of his scandalous adventures, War Dogs. In the movie, Hill highlights with considerable talent the loud personality with witch Diveroli entertained himself and (attempted to) threaten those around him, especially when his bank account grew a few extra commas before he was even old enough to drink.

Early Life

Еfrаіm Dіvеrоlі wаѕ bоrn оn the 20th of Dесеmbеr, 1985 іn Міаmі Веасh, Flоrіdа. Hіѕ раrеntѕ are Аtеrеt and Місhаеl Dіvеrоlі.

Нis family line is pure Оrthоdох Јеwіѕh, meaning that they fоllоw every trаdіtіоnаl Јеwіѕh lаw they can find as ѕtrісtly as they possibly can.

Efraim’s grаndfаthеr, оnе оf thе wеаlthіеѕt реорlе іn Lоѕ Аngеlеѕ, was huge in the property/real estate game.

The man was known to cavort around with famous high rollers and A-listers including Oprah.

Diveroli attended Beth Israel, a famous synagogue in Miami.

He was known for his dastardly antics. One of his favorite gaffes involved sneaking up behind some of the older temple-goers, yanking off their yarmulkes, and running for the hills.

He never got very far before some of the older kids would run him down and beat the yamaka out of him, but Efraim was apparently rarely if ever discouraged.

Diveroli met the two men with whom he’d eventually enter the arms business while attending temple.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on

Personal life

Diveroli wasn’t quite what most of us would call a ladies man. His penchant, most sources indicate, was for exotic and high-class prostitutes.

They’ve been known to keep him company as he’s jetted all over the world living the high life. It’s even said that he’s abandoned dates with a girlfriend just to make more deals and add more commas to his net worth.

As of this writing, Diveroli hasn’t tied the knot with anyone or had any little baby gun-runners of his own. His dad seems to still be in the picture, for which he should be very, very grateful.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on


Efraim acquired a former printing company known as AEY, Inc. As a teen, he linked up with two friends-turned-coworkers in order to turn the company into a monumental success.

Operating out of what could barely be considered an office space with one laptop, Diveroli hopped on, a website showcasing open government contracts available for fulfillment.

Realizing that the government probably wanted to undercut costs wherever they could, Diveroli began networking.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on

The internet is a wonderful, wild place. Diveroli plumbed its depths to find people all over the world who could help him realize his ambitions.

Military officials, active and retired, smugglers, warlords and kingpins, other government contractors already in business, the list goes on.

He would strike deals with them, not necessarily being completely truthful about the funds available to him by the US government, and pocket the difference whenever a transaction was completed.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on

It was unorthodox going at the time, based off of Diveroli’s age and resources. Regardless, the contracts came piling in by the hundreds.

Before Diveroli was old enough to drink (he was still high most of the time according to some), his company had been awarded some eight figures worth of contract revenue.

The good times began to end when investigations revealed that Diveroli had tried to pull a fast one to secure the famous $300 million contract.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on

An Albanian outlet had cheap weapons material ready top move, and it suited Efraim like a tailored three-piece. Unfortunately, the goods were originally sourced from China.

There is a long-standing embargo on dealing weapons with China based on ideological and sociopolitical differences between their them and the US.

Efraim didn’t even think about letting that stop him.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on

He tasked his people with arranging the cargo to look less like it originally came from a banned country before it was shipped out to Afghanistan.

He might have gotten away with it, but the equipment was so shoddy that it raised some eyebrows, and some questions as well.

Efraim found himself in -a prison for violating the stipulations of his contractual obligations. He would have actually been due behind bars for much longer had he not aided authorities in several other cases.

While he was out on bond, undercover federal agents busted him for illegally possessing firearms while trying to sell leftover ammo.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on

Interesting Facts

  • Diveroli’s company, AEY, was actually a shell company he talked his father into selling him after the man hadn’t done anything with it in years
  • AEY is a compilation of the first initials of Efraim and his cousins
  • An Albanian man was involved in the plot to defraud the government concerning the Chinese ammunition. After the man eventually worked with authorities to unravel the matter, he was later found dead in a single-car accident


Beating out massive corporate entities such as Northrop Grumman for US government contracts is no small feat!

Let alone that Divoreli and his partner were quite young (and stoned all the time, if you can believe the media).


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on

Favorite Quotes from Efraim Diveroli

“I may have been a rebellious kid, but I overcame my obstacles, worked hard, built my business,”

“Life was good, until some self-righteous New York Times reporters manipulated the facts… I love my country and I’m a proud American, but the government f***** me.”

“The only way for one chicken to leave the farm is for another chicken to come in… If [this guy] has to go to prison for life so that I can get one year off my sentence… that is what is going to happen!”

“If the other guy is happy, there’s still money on the table.”


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Efraim Diveroli (@efraim_diveroli) on

Tips for success from Efraim Diveroli

Obstacles are nothing but ways for someone to prove how badly they want something

Taking “no” for an answer is probably a sign of weakness

The reward usually outweighs the risk if the payout is big enough