Falling in love with a millionaire is an easy goal to set, but it’s not something that can be achieved by just anyone. Just like becoming a millionaire isn’t in the stars for everyone, marrying one is almost just as elusive. So we tend to raise an eyebrow at claims by other websites and organizations, like “The Millionaire Club” featured on “The Millionaire Matchmaker”, who boast “99% success rates”. Are wealthy singles really that easy?
As far as we know, Patti Stanger’s televised component has yet to see anyone walk down the aisle, so she must have a pretty loose definition of the word “success”. If a relationship, to her, consists of anything more than one date, then sure, we’d accept that statistic. Unfortunately, most people wouldn’t have that same definition.
If you watch an episode of “Millionaire Matchmaker” today, they have mysteriously altered the statement in the opening credits from a clearly defined percentage to “an extremely high success rate”. But their website goes as far as saying that nearly four out of five men, who use their matchmaking services, find a relationship. They don’t actually go as far as to define “relationship”, so again we can only assume what that means.
But if you want to join a website that charges at minimum, 4 years college tuition (sometimes up to six figures!), for a snarky Jewish woman to come and train you on how to get a first date, then by all means, go ahead. Be any one but yourself, and you too, can trick someone into falling in love with you. But what happens when the cameras stop rolling and she stops feeding you lines?
Most millionaires probably struggle with finding genuine people to surround themselves with already. If they are on a dating site looking for love, that means they haven’t found what they are looking for in their current circles. Even if they don’t know exactly what they want (or what they don’t), they shouldn’t have to put on a show, or worse, be victim to a con artist who is just playing the part.
SeekingMillionaire.com would never advise someone to be anyone but themselves. Love is an equal opportunity emotion, and there is someone out there for everyone. Our site exists because these people are not able to find each other organically. So, we provide the venue to allow wealthy people to meet singles who have similar tastes and lifestyles, and we somehow manage to do it with out charging a small fortune.
SeekingMillionaire.com wants you to find the best possible match, but we also trust you to know yourself better than we do. We aren’t here to rob you, we want you to find love! Would you rather pay the equivalent of a college tuition to have access to a small database of eligible singles? Or would you prefer a broader selection at a much lower cost? Just because something costs more, doesn’t always mean it’s better.
Patti Stanger thinks she knows you better than you do. So if you want to pay a few grand a month, she will personally hand pick a few eligible singles that she thinks would be a good match for you. Just think, if you were able to meet 10 women through Patti, then you would only be paying around $2500 (or more) for each introduction. What a bargain! On SeekingMillionaire.com, we charge $49.95 a month, you do the math.
The Millionaire Club allows all women, or at least those who hire a professional photographer to take their picture, to join for free. They boast over 30,000 single women in their database, and are proud to announce that not a single one of them is a gold digger. In fact, since the company’s inception, they claim to never have had a gold digger. We’d probably argue against that, if that statistic was at all measurable.
SeekingMillionaire.com would never throw a member off our site for being too difficult to match, or for not adhering to our advice. We are here to provide the resources and you can use those tools in whatever way you wish. We don’t promise instant results, we know that finding the right person to share your life with takes time. We aren’t going to close the door on you just because you are skewing our success rate. We can’t say the same for Patti.
What do you think of the Millionaire Matchmaker show on Bravo?
Would you or have you ever used the services of a Millionaire Matchmaker?