Honestly, it doesn't matter whether there are glitchers or not, because the fact is, either you have to devote hours upon hours to grinding, possibly for several weeks depending on your real life commitments (something that I, as a mechanical engineering student, can't really do) to get those millions, or you spend $20 and get it anyway (on that note, with prices for things in the game being as high as they are, it's easy to blow through two million in just a few hours. That means if you buy two cash cards for $20 each, that's essentially the same as buying the game twice, and you only get made up money. $40 in real cash for something that doesn't give you much to begin with. I can't be the only one who thinks this whole concept is idiotic). And it's for this very reason that saying the glitching is wrong is a steaming pile of turds. Granted, it's not what Rockstar intended, but if you can be a mere level 3 and shell out a bit of dough for those millions, then the point is moot. Does having all that money give you an advantage? You're darn right it does! Which is why some of us have done all the farming/glitching. In my case, I did it because I was sick of being killed constantly for no reason other than I couldn't afford any decent weapons/ammo (ironically, because I was being killed so much for no reason. It's a vicious cycle). Glitching was basically the only way I could get on even ground with either the people who had spammed the living daylights out of missions before Rockstar nerfed 'em or with the others who had glitched like crazy. It was that or spend night after night being spawn killed with assault rifles and blown up with sticky bombs every two minutes. So which do you think I chose? It might not have been the "right" way, but neither is buying it rather than earning it. If you got everything you have legitimately by doing tons of missions and races, then good for you. It's respectable, it's playing the game the way it's meant to be played. But if you glitched your cash, then I can't say I blame you, it's completely understandable with things the way they are in GTA online.
With that being said, chew me out all you want.