Poor people dating
The app's i Tunes page claims members are CEOs, investors, millionaires, and fitness models.
So far, there are 3,000 users, and the average male user's income is 0,000, company spokesman Darren Shuster told The app is so controversial that the CEO's identity is kept anonymous.
I intended to emphasize professionalism and character, and describe the type of person for whom I'm looking—someone who will travel with me and laugh at my poorly executed jokes.
I was given a bar chart set at 50 percent — neither quite in nor out — as are all applicants, and as members voted on my profile, I wavered from a low of 40.76 out (about 60 percent of people at that time were voting “no”) to a high of 79.74 in.
Skeptical and curious about the Luxy process, I decided to try it out myself.When my approval dropped to the 40s, however, I realized I’d need to change tactics to be accepted into Luxy.I opted for a different image that was perhaps better-suited for the superficial nature of the site.But much like a high school locker room before walk-on try-outs, the voting period was unsympathetic.I made a profile with one professional and two travel photos, added tags that I felt actually describe me (writing, photography, editor, travel, entrepreneur, volunteering, dancing, and wine), listed brands that I can actually afford (Victoria's Secret, POLO and Tiffany & Co.), wrote a short description, marked my body type as "about average" (whatever that means), and left my income undisclosed.