Gold digga dating

The book applies this to the dating world and reveals…..San Francisco’s largest singles party of the Summer Season is at the world-famous Venetian Room at The City’s most renowned hotel! Supposedly all they care about is finding male victims with money, and bleeding them dry. For thousands of years most women have considered…..David, age 37 from Long Island, NY, described his recent date this way: “She was looking for a ‘Perfect 10:’ the guy who’s a 5 on the looks scale with million in the bank.” As a dating coach and matchmaker, I’ve spent the past ten years conducting some unconventional dating research using an “exit interview” tactic I learned at Harvard Business School and applied to the dating world.I interviewed 1,000 men to find out what really happened after a dating disconnect.Many men described women whom they stereotyped as overly interested in money or overly focused on acquiring or maintaining a lavish lifestyle.

Crafting the perfect profile is very similar to employing smart marketing or public relations tactics.

Some dating experts even recommend that women avoid asking a man what he does for a living, lest she begin to smell like eau de gold digger. Most successful, career-minded people want an ambitious partner who isn't struggling financially, says Leslie Oren, owner of Babygrande PR near Los Angeles and author of "Fine, I'll go online!

: The Hollywood Publicist's Guide to Successful Internet Dating."How do you do that without a line that says, "Six figures or less need not apply?

G., a 42-year-old Manhattan-based risk consultant for banks, had no idea he was being played.

(He asked that only his initials be used for privacy reasons.) “She masked the ‘take men for what you can get’ mentality so well,” he recalls — at least at first.