For a mere $5,000, you get to bypass all those e-hoops the e-dating sites make you e-jump through.
And your date will never know the difference (hopefully).
Using his background in screenwriting (i.e., writing ), he will adopt your personality and make sure your online persona is the Casanova your real self could never be.
(Hopefully, he’ll cut out the part where you’re unbelievably boring and socially inept, hence your need to hire him in the first place.) And once he’s set up a date, he’ll give you all the information you need on the woman “you’ve” been corresponding with. And don’t forget, she thinks you’re fluent in five different romance languages.
While we’re on the topic of fake profiles, let’s talk about the rise in scams.
A recent British study found that, in just the United Kingdom alone, online dating scams clobber 230,000 people a year, with a total damage of billion per year.
And guys, if Mother Nature graced you with the splintered end of the eloquence stick, this man will be your online dating coach.
He will even pretend to be you throughout the entire communication process.
In one particularly sad story, a New York woman was separated from more than ,000 by a man she met on Match who claimed he was a soldier stationed in Afghanistan. Then there are the cases of both men and women getting blackmailed after being coerced into exposing themselves via webcam (though these incidents aren’t strictly confined to online dating sites).
The internet is peppered with stories like these, and it’s become such a serious issue that the FBI has released a press report on how to recognize an online dating scam artist. In 2011, Match finally announced that they would start implementing background checks.