’s Men Will Buy a $500,000 Ring for the Right Woman

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World’s largest millionaire dating site members consider such gifts “an investment in love”, according to a recent interview between Cambi Brown, CBS's Good Day Sacramento host and Darren Shuster, spokesperson of Homepage, the world’s largest millionaire matchmaker, disclosed today that some of its male members are open to spending up to $500,000 or more on an engagement ring for the right woman. On a recent edition of CBS’s Good Day Sacramento,’s Darren Shuster confirmed this much to host Cambi Brown. Though the sum may seem astronomical to many, for the wealthy men who are looking for a mate on the site, it is seen as a worthwhile, symbolically important gesture. The CBS segment showcased engagement rings at Sharif’s Jewelry in Sacramento that retail for between $72,000 and $500,000.

“We’re talking about a different class of man,” said Darren, spokesperson of “It’s easy to judge, but the truth is, if you’re young and successful – and you’ve got the private jet, the sports cars, the homes – when you find the woman you want to spend the rest of your life with, you want to make a statement that shows you’re committed. A $500,000 ring makes a statement. Many of our men consider it an investment in love.” was started over ten years ago with the goal of serving a very exclusive, elite clientele of rich and attractive men and women. Clients include CEOs, pro athletes, doctors, lawyers, investors, entrepreneurs, beauty queens, super models, and Hollywood celebrities who are all seeking millionaire dating opportunities and a serious, long-term relationship. The site goes through a verification process for members who want to present themselves online as “millionaires.”

“Every man, not just millionaires, needs to understand that the woman takes the ring very seriously,” Darren added. “Whether you’re spending $2,500 or $250,000, the ring you buy for your fiancé says a lot about you and what you think of her. Our male clients think big. They dream big. They do big things, so when they get engaged, they often do it in a big way. That’s okay, and it only makes sense. If you've built a billion dollar company or played at the top tier of professional sports, you’re going to say ‘I love you’ in a very substantive way.”

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