First Met is one of the largest online dating sites with over 30 million people looking to chat, flirt, and date.You can sign up with Facebook, making it quick and easy to create rich, authentic online profiles, so you can begin meeting men or women near you immediately.Billionaires have found themselves in a very small, very elite dating conundrum - and we all know how time consuming and soul-sapping trawling through dating apps can be.For the right price, relationship ‘headhunters’ will take this cumbersome task off your hands, mining their quarry of elite singletons to find you the perfect match on your behalf.
If there is interest on both sides, you’re given your match’s phone number so you can set up the date.
For upwards of 0,000 a year, the package upgrades you to an international search, throwing in personal consultations with Jill and Amber Kelleher-Andrews themselves.
But be warned - if you happen to find marriage or eternal happiness with your match, you have to cough up again for additional “success fees.” If you think you’ve got a bank balance that can take a beating from Kelleher, the first step is filling out a basic online profile - which asks for your annual income, among other ‘basic’ details.
Perhaps not the selection of suitors she was hoping for. Touting itself as a ‘personal headhunter’, Kelleher International has been serving the lonely elite since 1986.
Still, the legal spat has thrown light onto the dating habits of the super-rich, and an agency which most of us would have to remortgage our houses and sell an organ to afford. It was founded by Jill Kelleher-Andrews after she noticed a gap in the market amongst the rich and wealthy.
If you still haven’t found what you’re looking for, singletons can up the ante with a National Search for a whopping $45,000 per year, which takes the hunt for a potential partner nationwide.