(PRWEB) July 31, 2014
Mairead Molloy, Global Director of Berkeley International, speaks on her millionaire matchmaking services and the success rate the company currently holds. Described as an Exclusive Personal Headhunter, Molloy shares that for $20,000 USD, a millionaire can find themselves a mate.
Featured on “Market Makers”, Molloy describes that the difference with her matchmaking service is that it is “more personal” and that both genders are clients. As far as certifying the members, she states that “it is very difficult to check one’s financials, but you can tell by someone when you meet them.” Berkley International’s program has a 60% success rate for relationships lasting over 6 months for the 35-50 age range.
MillionaireMatch.com is the original dating site for wealthy singles and it has built a strong community of valuable subscribers. The site has developed a service that provides a relaxed and enjoyable experience for meeting new people. A profile can be posted for free after providing basic information, such as email address, age, location, gender, and income. Members can get in depth about who they are and what they’re looking for.
The Gold Membership offered on MillionaireMatch.com allows members to initiate contact with other members, perform more advanced searches, and receive priority listing in search results. In order to ensure that only the reputable singles are represented on the site, MillionaireMatch.com provides a detailed verification system. Users can verify their age, photos, occupation, and education by submitting photo ID and other documents to the site. Gold Members become “Certified Millionaires by providing financial information in the form of a tax return from the last financial year that shows earnings of over $200,000, a bank statement showing earnings of over $200,000 during the current financial year, or documents proving net assets (after all liabilities are deducted) of over $1 million.”
Is the millionaire dating site worth the $70 one month fee? It has won Dating Sites Reviews Choice Awards each year from 2007-2011 and then again for 2013-2014.