Anyone with mainstream interests would be too boring for you.Whether your date is passionate about music, art or theatre, it’s important that they have hobbies outside of accounting.She drills down for details – what books do I read? – and then shows me the profiles of three men in their 20s, all of whom look eminently datable.Last year, Brealey says that 72 per cent of clients had a relationship of three months or more with one of the people she matched them with.Mostly Ds: You’re a healthy-living fanatic, and it’s better to date someone who can join you on marathons rather than cheer you on from the sidelines.
You should date someone who’s determined, intelligent and work-focused.
Paying customers are set up with partners from the pool of 90 clients, as well as a pool of 2,500 potential dates, which have been headhunted by Brealey.
Those in the pool of 2,500 don’t pay a fee and are given no guarantees, but are available as suitable candidates for the paying clients.
They say that money can’t buy you love, but maybe they weren’t shopping in the right places.
Matchmaking services can charge up to £15,000 to introduce single customers to potential love interests and, as internet dating removes the stigma from actively searching for love, the companies are inundated with requests to help form long-term relationships.