Matchmaking is quite often described as a method of bringing individuals together for the intention of dating and hopefully entering into a long term relationship. This worked quite well in the movie “fiddler on the roof” and we all know that wonderful song with the axiom “matchmaker, matchmaker make me a match” but in that film there was another song that was even more poignant to our discussion, that being, “If I were a rich man!” Hence begins our discussion in the use of a millionaire matchmaker and the search to find a rich sugar daddy.
There are great numbers of dating services in the world, however if we narrow down their scope of relevance to only those catering to the extremely wealthy, we are then left with the upscale millionaire matchmakers. These dating services cater to those who have achieved much in their lives including great wealth, and therefore are searching for relationships that go beyond the traditional and ordinary. Introductions can be achieved in a number of ways, but with the advent of the World Wide Web and high technology, most scenarios involving an introduction are taking place on the internet, although a very few still conduct this undertaking in a up close and in person manner.
In order to accurately introduce a wealthy man to a young woman who is trying to find a rich sugar daddy or “significant other” of considerable affluence, the dating service must determine in addition to the normal criteria for a dating relationship, the financial status of one party and the desires of the other. This may seem like an easy task except that it is quite common for those in positions of great wealth to not be entirely forthcoming as to their alleged levels. The other party may also exaggerate their perceived worth and overstate their desires as well.
The millionaire dating services although in the business of introductions has many more topics of concern to address than the traditional introduction service. In addition to physical and emotional compatibility, they must address issues of fiscal compatibility as well. This does not mean that both parties must be on the same financial level but both must have what the other holds of value and can provide that need. We certainly have come a long way form the brokered marriages in “Fiddler on the Roof.”