Toronto millionaire dating site
As well as being the biggest privately owned dating company in the US, they now have international satellite offices in Vancouver, Toronto, Stockholm, Jakarta, Hong Kong and London.Kelleher describes its typical clients as “smart, successful and elegant.” Wealthy must also be a given, considering the service starts at ,000 a year. Doing a local search in your area (sort of like Happn, but an ‘elite’ version), will set your back an initial ,000 - and that’s just to find local singletons.For people too busy to find love, there are uber hush-hush services out there to help you find a discreet, and equally wealthy, match. According to statistics, there are 70 single men for every 30 available women in Silicon Valley.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.Membership rates vary based on how many unsuccessful dates you manage to rack up before you find someone to share caviar and superyachts with for eternity.In a city with over 2.7 million people, finding “the one” can be tough.“People who come to me, they don’t want to date someone they work with. They’ve exploited all of their networks, and they just want someone new,” Noël says.
So you’re a tech billionaire with money to burn but no time to trawl through Tinder?Want to meet someone who shares your Irish heritage? Try Elite Singles: our dating site is a great place to meet single who suit you, no matter what your background might be.The secret chemistry of relationship compatibility has long fascinated lovers and fighters alike.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.This week, Kelleher International - the largest, privately owned matchmaking company in the US - made headlines after ex-QVC boss Darlene Daggett took the service to court over a string of terrible dates.