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I talked to 6 elite matchmakers, and they all said there are 3 red flags they watch for when vetting millionaire clients
If a millionaire has a negative history, a bad attitude, or resistance to the vetting process, it's a bad sign, according to millionaire matchmakers.
I talked to 6 elite matchmakers about the world of millionaire dating — and their answers made it clear that dating with money can be surprising...
Money breeds entitlement, which can cause a host of problems — like having to determine a date's motives, and flaunting their wealth on dates.
Most millionaires don't think they're wealthy. Increased living costs and a shrinking middle class are influencing how people view wealth and class.
Millionaire women seek an attractive and intelligent partner — but at the end of the day, comfort and security matter most to them.
‘With money, your brain thinks differently’: 5 elite matchmakers on what millionaire men look for when they date
'With money, your brain thinks differently': 5 elite matchmakers on what millionaire men look for when they date
The richest American families accumulated their billion-dollar fortunes in different ways, from publishing and cosmetics to retailers and hotels.
Breaking down ‘the 4 B’s’ of millionaire dating: A mother-daughter matchmaking duo dish on what rich men look for in a partner
Millionaire men seek the "Four B's" in a partner when dating, according to the matchmakers Janis and Carly Spindel: beauty, brains, body, and balance.
These 10 billionaires have all gone broke or declared bankruptcy — read the wild stories of how they lost their fortunes
These billionaires were on top of the world before declaring bankruptcy or losing a majority of their money.
The most common mistake millionaires make when dating is picking up their date in a Ferrari, according to elite matchmakers
Fancy cars are emblematic of a larger problem — millionaires flaunt their wealth on dates, which can look arrogant and attract the wrong people.
Status symbols are shaped by cultural and economic contexts. From the UK to the United Arab Emirates, status symbols range from nannies to falcons.