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.