My profile, under the heading “I’m sick and tired of meeting riffraff,” got through. Three winked at me, the online equivalent of saying, “Hey, sailor! (It’s already there.) I couldn’t learn very much about my would-be Millionaire Matches because — like all of these sites — it requires you to give your credit card before it allows access to that info level.
And even if I have to say so myself, my pitch was probably as honest as anyone on Millionaire Match has ever read: “First things first, what are your assets? And because its targeted clientele is rich, Millionaire Match is more expensive than most.
Several things came to mind before I started “research” for this column.
It happens to be the only house I own, but it’s a nice house. But they were three for $10, so I don’t think that counts.
And I was recently on the PCH, as Californians call that highway.
And, now, there’s an app for the wealthy — Millionaire Match Pro.” In fact, the dating business is one of the fastest-growing US industries.
Of the 54 million single people here, 41 million have tried online dating.
The site only caters to rich men and beautiful women, and they verify men's income and all members' photo manually for free. But if you want to initiate approaching someone, you have to pay $50 for one month gold membership.
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Besides, if the women on Millionaire Match were rich, I wouldn’t need my house — I’d move in with one of them. But my first attempt failed, probably because I used my New York Post email address and asked to be matched with a woman worth 0 million or more. Enough to keep us comfortable, but — you know — not greedy.
First mistake: Millionaire Match apparently doesn’t think it is funny if you post a picture of yourself as a 5-year-old.
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