I have removed the video because most people that are posting here are missing the point; Anyone who exploits a Glitch, uses a mod or hacks to give them some kind of advantage in the game has breached the E.U.L.A.(End-user license agreement) with Rockstar. Which then gives Rockstar the the right and ability to deal with it in whatever manner they deem fit (whether it be banning, resetting RP/Cash, console ban, etc). You basically agree to the E.U.L.A every time you play the game (it's that paragraph at the top when starting GTA5 up). I learned this the hard way (and my RP was reset and so was my cash) and I was just trying to warn the community that Rockstar is getting more serious about this.
That is what I was trying to get across but the video seemed to distract people or just didn't think it was a possibility that Rockstar could actually be tracking people so that they can mange the game how they want it to be, aside from Rockstar actually dishing out consequences for actions that go against the E.U.L.A.