So far, there are 3,000 users, and the average male user's income is 0,000, company spokesman Darren Shuster told The app is so controversial that the CEO's identity is kept anonymous.
"With the rise of high-speed digital dating, it's about time somebody introduced a filter to weed out low-income prospects by neighborhood," wrote the app's nameless CEO in a release.
The firm says that it offers personalised matchmaking for each client and claims that as many as three-quarters of its members end up in a relationship within 18 months.
Speaking to “The service is aimed at highly successful people and business orientated people, CEOs and CFOs of companies and people in IT and finance.
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