You can wink at them to see if they want an offer. The men can then send you a financial offer for a first date or they can request that you send them an offer.
After I signed up, with my emotionally alluring profile and a couple of cute pictures. I received my first offer for $200. Not bad for a few minutes of cutting and pasting. Then I thought, what have I got to lose? I rejected his $200 offer and counter offered with $1000. He then rejected my $1000 offer and sent a counter offer for $501. I gleefully clicked accepted. Make your 2013 wishes come true.
I spoke with a representative from What's Your Price and the average offer is $80 for a date. She was impressed with my first $200 offer and I haven't even told her about my recent offer of $501. The highest earners last year from their site were in the $100,000 range, now that is impressive. Leonardo DiCaprio bid $100,000 to have a date with another man (Bill Clinton). How about $100,000 for a date with me?
I want to bump up my price for one date and with that seed money I can start my dream nonprofit organizations. The first one is to get clean water and food to people who need it. My other saving the world nonprofit is for love. I want to help people who write really bad online dating profiles and need dating and relationship help. Imagine if the whole world was in love!
I met my first non-paying online date, I'll call Plato467, on a free dating site. He took me to dinner after our hike along the river trail. We decided to go to my favorite Indian buffet. Over plenty of mango lassie, chicken tiki masala and garlic Nan, He said, "You don't actually think I'm paying for this do you?"
No need for babysitting, walking dogs or cleaning toilets for extra money this New Year. You can pick up a few dates if you need a new cell phone, want to feed the poor, buy some new shoes or if you are feeling hungry for a five-star dinner.
The generous users are expected to pay for the date. No more going Dutch ladies. Don't even think about going for your purse. They suggest to members to get 50 percent at the beginning of the date and the other half at the end.
Are there any expectations on the dates? There is a disclaimer at the bottom of the signup page on What's Your Price that says, "Note: WhatsYourPrice.com is strictly an online dating website. Escorts are not welcome." So, if you go out with a generous man from this site, just like any other site, be safe and take your time getting to know him.
Love takes time, and time is money. Now I imagine taking plenty of time on my search for love, and getting to that next tax bracket in the process. Hello GenerousUser and goodbye Tightwad467. Need a dating coach to lure in that Sugar Daddy?