Wealthy Men Review

Wealthy Men promotes itself as a web personals site designed as a place for people of a higher caliber to meet. I’ll say straightaway that I had to lie in my profile, because the lowest income range starts at over $100,000. That’s a little more than I can boast that my reviewer’s post pays. All is fair in love and war, I suppose.

I’ve often heard that the hallmark of truly refined taste is its simplicity. Simple is exactly how I would define the interface of WealthyMen. You provide few physical details beyond height and body type. You do include your profession and salary, of course. Then you describe yourself and potential date in essay form. Whether you’re male or female, the same process applies.

“I think that WealthyMen should be more sensitive to the needs of the globetrotting elite that are supposedly its niche.”

WealthyMen.com has a few extra features that relate to verifying the info you provide. You need to send in a letter from your accountant or even an old income tax form to prove your wealth. You can verify your employment or your photo through other processes as well. That’s as fancy as the site gets, since otherwise it offers little else as far as advanced features go.

Localized searches are limited to U.S. zip codes. A few major American cities are also listed. Outside the United States, you are out of luck. You’re stuck browsing entire countries. In fact, if you try to browse Canadian profiles, all the results show up as if the members are from Miami Beach, California. I think that WealthyMen should be more sensitive to the needs of the globetrotting elite that are supposedly its niche.

You can only see a few basic profile details before you upgrade your membership. You can’t even tell whether a member has recently visited the site. Oddly, even premium subscribers don’t appear to have any advanced search options. That doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. Moreover, there’s no online chat or even instant messaging, just email.

Silver membership lets you to see detailed profiles. You can also send emails to other paid members. A gold-level subscription lists your profile first in browsing results. It also allows you to contact nonpaying site members. The site seems overly simplistic. Its process of verifying profile details is its most redeeming quality. Otherwise, claims made by some members might be exaggerated.

I might not be well off. I’m not even middleclass. However, I do know that, generally, rich folks enjoy free samples before deciding to shell out any cash. Not seeing profile details before upgrading makes one hesitant to join Wealthy Men. Having to decide whether it’s worth its monthly fee based solely on verified income status and a picture doesn’t seem to scream a higher-class of dating.

Seeking Tuition Review

Seeking Tuition is the place for cash-challenged students seeking someone with money to spare. The site is definitely targeted to sugar daddies and needy coeds. In theory, however, both roles can be filled by either gender. That said I only found three guys looking for a generous benefactor and only one sugar mommy. If the user demographics are skewed, it isn’t surprising – there simply aren’t that many people visiting this site.

The signup process on SeekingTuition.com is relatively painless, but you’ll have to provide basic info. If you are the person looking to give a helping hand, you have to list your income level and net worth. If you’re a student, you can skip it, but there is a gift-suggestion section where you can choose the designer brand of shoes, handbags and sunglasses you like. With names like Fendi, Prada and Louis Vuitton, baby doesn’t come cheap. Finally, there are monthly tuition sections for both types of users to say how much they’ll give or need in cash amounts. It can also be left negotiable for either group.

” …there are monthly tuition sections for both types of users to say how much they’ll give or need in cash amounts.”

There are no free local searches, but at least in the US you can narrow results down to individual states. Everywhere else in the world, you’re simply left searching an entire country. I’d like to confirm that the detailed search you get when you pay is more detailed, but you just get the upgrade page whether you’re a sugar dad or mom or sugar baby. All the same, you can see full profiles and last login info. The babies can also filter for platinum, a.k.a. paying members.

When it comes to connecting with people, there’s just one option. It’s email of course and if you’re a sugar baby you can reply to messages from the paying daddies or mommies if you upload your email (with daily limits). I imagine you might have guessed from that last statement that if you’re the giving type on SeekingTuition then you need to pay to send or receive messages. I guess it makes sense that the folks running short of money can answer messages for free.

You have the option to block the info about the last time you logged in from prying eyes. You can also prevent your profile from showing up in search results. You also can’t view unlimited profiles until you pay, but your limit of five complete profiles is reset daily. All in all, Seeking Tuition could certainly do with a local search option, but at least you can check it out a bit for free before paying its high-end membership.

Millionaire Match Review

Is MillionaireMatch.com really the home for single sugar daddies and mommies? It certainly appears so. A while ago, fresh in his sobriety, Charlie Sheen was a member for a few months. I’m not sure if that is a selling point or not. All the same, the media seems to love this site. At one point, singles were really into it. Recently, though, the number of visitors has declined to a modest amount.

Despite whatever hype, Millionaire Match isn’t anything that special. It’s like any other online dating site. The only thing separating it from the pack is the fact that it’s supposed to attract wealthy singles. Many sites on the market these days promise the same upscale community. It does offer one important feature in this regard, though: It even has the service trademark named “Certified Millionaire.”

“You can verify your income by sending in copies of a tax return or bank statement along with your driver’s license or passport.”

You can verify your income by sending in copies of a tax return or bank statement along with your driver’s license or passport. You can upload the info online or remit it by fax or snail mail. You don’t have to have a million-dollar salary to certify your income of course. It doesn’t seem to offer any photo verification option, though. You also have the option of simply choosing “no” in the dropdown menu for the millionaire field on your profile.

That’s it for anything remotely remarkable about the site. I’ve seen many sites in the same niche with similar services. They often let members verify their photos too. MillionaireMatch is rather plain and simple. Its design is not glitzy. I don’t even find it that aesthetically pleasing. I could be diplomatic and call it down-to-earth looking. That’s being generous in my assessment, though.

When it comes to search options this site holds its own with most other dating sites. Until you pay, you can only search to a radius of 100 miles from home. Once you upgrade, you can narrow it down to 50 miles of a zip or postal code. You can also use all of the additional criteria filled out when you create a profile.

You can also use chat rooms. You can initiate instant messaging and emails. It is free to reply to messages. More free features include blogs and members’ forums. What’s great about posting in these areas is if your posts are popular enough, you may win free premium access to the site. There are many other ways to earn full access to the site detailed in the FAQ.

I’d say this site lets you check out enough stuff before deciding to pay. That’s important, because the membership is rather pricey. Millionaire Match is an expensive site with rather extensive dating services.

Millionaire Mate Review

Millionaire Mate claims it’s a place to “meet successful and beautiful people.” All the same, wealth proves more easily quantifiable than beauty does. It’s hard to be objective about physical appearance. For some, looking like a super model or a movie star isn’t a true measure of a person’s appeal. Financial success is more easily verified. Either way, you can make your case for being honest. You can confirm your photo and monetary status are real, which is one feature that’s different from some online dating sites.

The MillionaireMate profile process is brief. It has few mandatory fields. You must write a brief essay about yourself, but most other sections can be skipped. You never have to include information about your income if you don’t want to. Others might think you consider yourself on the beautiful side of the fence. Perhaps they understand that you don’t plan to reveal too much before being asked directly by someone else.

“Millionaire Mate does maintain a midlevel amount of visitors to its pages, which means that it outperforms some of the competition.”

You can verify your appearance by providing a copy of your photo ID. You can confirm your job with an employee ID and business card or company letterhead. Your income is verified through your driver’s license along with an income tax or bank statement. You can submit these documents via email with an attached digital scan or send them by fax. There is no snail mail option. I didn’t seem to see many folks who had verified their info though.

MillionaireMate.com has done away with any method to search only verified profiles. In the past, you could at least limit results to men who had confirmed income or employment. Now, there are no such options. The only unusual advanced search option is bra cup size. I found it somewhat arbitrary. I tend to think of that as more of a criterion for a sex-dating site. At any rate, it is only available to premium members. You can also search up by US zip code for local results.

You can only make contact through onsite email. Free members cannot initiate messages. They can send “flirts” at least. They can reply to 10 messages received from premium subscribers each day. Premium subscribers can pay an extra fee to allow contact from free members. Other access is limited as well until you upgrade. You can only view a certain number of full profiles each day. Everyone can add a video introduction though.

The site costs more money than many other dating sites do. Millionaire Mate does maintain a midlevel amount of visitors to its pages, which means that it outperforms some of the competition. It doesn’t let you check out much before upgrading, so it might be best left to the millionaires with money to burn.