With just shy of two and a half million members, you’d think a Millionaire Match review would be bogus – I mean, the numbers speak for themselves, right?
Yet, I get a lot of requests to review these kinds of wealthy dating sites. Ones that supposedly cater to the wealthy, single and elite and the folks that want to partner with them. Are they real or fake? Do they actually review their members to see if they’re millionaires? Let’s dive in and find out.
If you’re a “normal” person, you can sign up quickly for Millionaire Match like anyone else. If you’re a millionaire that wants to verify their wealth with the site, however, you get special treatment. You’ll get paired with a special membership director to help you set up your account. Once verified, a special millionaire notation shows up on your profile for all to see.
It’s all about the lush and elite at Millionaire Match, and it shows in the design of the site. Classy, upscale and well laid out? Definitely. The added date ideas, yachting info, and other “wealthy” pursuits ties the site together.
You won’t get far with a free membership, although anyone can sign up for one. The focus definitely lies with the verification process, and it shows in the quality of members on the site. Attractive, healthy and wealthy, most of the people I encountered seemed upper class and well-to-do.
As a woman using the site, I had zero issue with men contacting me right off the bat. If anything, I received more messages here than at most of the thousands of dating sites I’ve reviewed over the last decade. Usually, the opposite rings true on sites that require verification – somehow, Millionaire Match figured it out.
Honestly, connecting with others was my favorite bit of writing this Millionaire Match review — the folks I did speak with impressed me with their interest, attractiveness and intelligence.
That’s the first time I’ve heard of some automatic renewals and not others – make sure to take advantage of this if you do sign up. Or, stick a reminder on your phone a week before your membership renews to cancel.
Start with the 7-day free trial to check everything out. If you’re a millionaire (or, make $200,000 a year – that’s the “wealthy single” criteria at Millionaire Match), contact a Special Members Director. Otherwise? You’ll pay $70.00 USD a month to use the service, with a substantial discounts if you pay for 3 ($45) or 6 months ($35) in one lump sum.
Millionaire Match accepts PayPal and credit cards as methods of payment.
*Note: I’ve put the Cost stars at 3 – not because it’s cheap, but because I understand why the service is so expensive. So, I feel the price balances out the reasoning, and thus a middle-of-the-road rating.
Should you sign up with Millionaire Match? In my opinion, yes. For those that want to meet a high-quality, wealthy single person – or just someone that appreciates the finer things in life – you’ll likely find them here. I was taken aback by the high price to join, but also with the membership.
Members seem to want to verify their age, relationship status, and wealth to ensure they meet someone fantastic. Which, makes sense… if you’ve got money, you’re willing to pay more to find someone with a similar mindset and lifestyle. The extra cost then filters out folks easily that might not meet a free dating site’s criteria.
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