Dating a millionaire tv show
A little bit about myself; I’m 25, single and a hopeless romantic who gets her heart broken every five seconds. I’m the self proclaimed Taylor Swift of comedy without the whole “people care who I am” thing. The Scout I got scouted at a club in Beverly Hills.
Like: True or False: “I believe in love at first sight.” True!
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Thankfully, my appearance of shame does not exist online (to my knowledge), yet everyone and their mom (literally) has seen it. So of course I agreed when this girl came up to me and asked, “Do you want to be on ?!
When millionaires need a date, they don't turn to Tinder or like the rest of us.
The upper crust of Silicon Valley looks to Amy Andersen, the founder and CEO of Linx Dating, an exclusive dating and social network based in San Francisco, as featured on an upcoming episode of CNBC's "The Filthy Rich Guide." Linx is a resource "for the marriage-minded," as Andersen says.
Andersen's top clients are tech executives in the Bay Area — founders, CEOs and entrepreneurs — who can afford to shell out between 0,000 and 0,000 for her services.
"The VIP client gives me all access, full autonomy to search the world for the perfect needle in a haystack," Andersen tells "The Filthy Rich Guide." And Andersen is willing to do anything to help her clients find 'the one.' "I've been known to go to Stanford and literally chase after women looking for a potential match," she says.