Highlights its “Certified Millionaire” Feature and Verification System for Gold Members

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For the safety of its members, the Certified Millionaire system ensures millionaire daters really do have the assets they claim to own.

A stunning case surfaced recently in the United Kingdom of a woman being duped out of nearly £220,000 through an online dating site while thinking she was corresponding with a man named “James Richards.” The news comes from

Although dangers can clearly exist in online dating,, the world’s largest and longest-established dating site catering to upper-level clientele, takes steps to ensure that this kind of scam can’t happen from its “Certified Millionaire” system. By employing a “Certified Millionaire” feature which verifies through submitted bank statements, tax documents and passport identification, the site can assure members that the certified millionaires hosted on the site are who they claim to be and own what they say they do.

With the “Certified Millionaire” option, millionaire daters are required to submit a copy of their passport or other legal government ID, as well as a previous year’s tax return showing earnings over $150K, or a bank statement showing accumulated assets. is the only online dating site that offers this degree of security.

The additional level of security is one of the benefits of becoming a Gold Member of the site. MillionaireMatch team member Sammy said, “It is much safer to contact those paid members who stay on the site for more than one week.”

The site is still improving the checking system for standard members (non paid members).

The dating site for wealthy men and women has recently entered its fourteenth year online. Launched in 2000, the site has been prominently featured throughout worldwide media, including ABC, CBS, CNN, the Wall Street Journal and Forbes. MM’s members include pro athletes, lawyers, CEOs, doctors, entrepreneurs, investors, beauty queens, fitness models and Hollywood celebrities. MillionaireMatch keeps its celebrity members strictly confidential – to the extent of even offering a special “celebrity concierge” to assist – it has been previously reported that well-known actors such as Charlie Sheen and Matthew Perry have been past members on the site. MM published one press release on this recently:

The site features hundreds of successful pairings from verified daters, such as this one from “realisticwoman” and “SoloHitman” of Washington, DC – “When Solo first sent me an instant message, I would have never imagined in my wildest dreams that he would become my husband. Being as we both had tried online dating before and were not happy with the results we decided to give MillionaireMatch a try. Not thinking we were going to meet anyone, we both figured we would make some new friends. We started chatting on Millionaire and we realized that we had so much in common that we exchanged numbers and began to call each other on a regular basis. We would stay on the phone for hours talking about whatever came to mind. Solo came to my home to visit me a short time later, not knowing that we lived so close to each other and we haven't been apart since. We were married July 7, 2007. Just when we were giving up on love we found it on this site. Just wanted to say thank you for creating this site, without I don't think we would have found each other.”

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