Millionaire’s Club is an upscale dating service based in Los Angeles, California.
Women are generally not the clients but potential matches for the men; and in most cases, they simply pay an application or interview fee.
I don't think this is any sexist plot by the modern day Dolly Levi's, only a reflection of a dating dynamic that is still alive and well -- at least where well-to-do men are concerned.
Introductions by Marsha is a personal matchmaking service that is dramatically different from internet or other types of dating methods.
Instead of filling out an impersonal interest form and submitting your photo for thousands of faceless suitors to scan, you meet personally with Marsha or her associate, Judi.
I spoke recently with three matchmakers, Richard Easton, Janis Spindel and Samantha Daniels.
Though New York based, all work with clients across the country (and internationally), and Daniels keeps an LA office as well.
Once part of The League, its members receive five new matches every day at 5pm – the so-called “happy hour”.
Linking online dating apps to Linked In was “a stroke of genius”, according to Rick Nguyen, a 28-year old entrepreneur and co-founder of Spot Trender.
Their solution: professional, pricey, discreet matchmakers. They are not the kind of guys who go on on "Millionaire Matchmaker." By "they," I mean men.