Millionaire match online dating
The main thing to remember about Millionaire Match is that if you set expectations, be prepared to live up to them. For instance, if you tell a woman that you’ll pick her up in your private jet and instead arrive in your busted 1999 Honda, don’t expect things to go your way.
This also means that if your yearly income is closer to Joe the Plumber’s than Howard Hughes’, you might want to check out a more inclusive site, like Ok Cupid or Plentyof Fish. Don’t wire money to anyone you haven’t met, and don’t give away personal information over the Internet.
Revenue for the industry was estimated at .1 billion in 2014.
But the field is already pretty crowded, with some 3,900 companies running dating sites, according to research firm IBISWorld. The Millionaire Match app is more pricey; it has, after all, a “No Riff Raff Policy.” (The app spells it as two words, as the rapper does, but the policy has nothing to do with him.) “Members have to specify their annual income and we remove dozens of profiles every day of the week,” its publicist wrote.
Regardless of your certification (or lack thereof), if you choose to use Millionaire Match, remember that you’re representing yourself as a wealthy man, and most women on the site will have expectations about the thickness of your wallet. However, despite the superficial jewel hunters on Millionaire Match, there are some good girls on the site who just want to find an emotionally available, mentally normal, and financially stable partner. You just have to know who you’re targeting and optimize your profile accordingly.
Would I want to be a member of Millionaire even if it would let me in? Imagine what an easy mark I’d become if those hungry women thought I was rich.
And then there was a comment I once heard a stand-up comic make: “I recently joined a charitable organization. They’d probably order surf and turf — and an extra entrée to go.
But the lure was intense when I read more of the press release: “The luxury dating site encourages members to upload photos of their luxuries: arts and culture, autos, aviation, boats, electronics, food and spirits, home decor, jewelry, leisure and real estate.” And then there were the endorsements from people who are said to use the site.
“There’s nothing like driving up the Pacific Coast Highway in my Ferrari en route to wine country for a long weekend of relaxation,” said one guy, who I hope wasn’t texting that message while steering that fine machine.
And heck, who said you have to be in a cerprtain tax bracket to take advantage of that?