Dating service for millionaires
She then introduces them to potential matches that she’s screened beforehand.
Spindel’s fees range from ,000 to upwards of 0,000 depending on the service her client selects.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, Linx Dating Founder and CEO Amy Andersen is known as “Silicon Valley’s Cupid.” Andersen launched her business in 2003 with the idea to connect the “Silicon Valley man” with the “attractive professional San Francisco woman.” She teaches tech execs from the likes of Apple, Google, Facebook and Salesforce how to date, according to a 2013 Fortune article.
With close to 1,000 paying clients, Linx Dating prides itself on its exclusivity—the company has a “no advertising” policy and a rigorous vetting process.
“Have a plan, and make it a process you work on daily.
Remember to keep your heart open.” The price tag for the service?
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.
Several things came to mind before I started “research” for this column.
Spindel’s clients are all exclusively men – ranging from celebrities to bankers to entrepreneurs.The first was Groucho Marx, who famously said, “I don’t want to belong to any club that will accept me as a member.” Groucho apparently reveled in his riffraff-ism, as I do on most occasions, especially if it gets me out of wearing a suit.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.A membership starts at ,000, and increases depending on the client’s custom preferences and criteria.Selective Search boasts an 87% success rate, so how much would you shell out for those odds?