Women will always look for wealthy partners, and the most attractive will get them.It comes from the Stone Age and survival of the fittest, where if women were not able to mate with successful men they would not have children and they would die.Gus Terkelsen, the entrepreneur behind the matchmaking scheme, admits few of those comments were positive.“Some people called it a prostitution ring, but that’s not true,” the 33-year-old says over a phone call from Copenhagen.the most beautiful women in the world” is why these financial and aesthetic alphas need to go through the expense or potential humiliation of using a site like this (though apparently a couple of thousand people have already done so in Denmark).Gus describes it as a time-saver or “convenience thing.” His approach to matchmaking also makes a bit more sense when you understand this dating site owner’s approach to love: “I believe that love is a trading relationship.
To enter its ‘elite’ club, women must submit three photos of themselves – one face, one full body, one of their choice – and then wait to hear if they are beautiful enough to be accepted.
Are you a man who thinks it’s reasonable to spend £60,000 on the off-chance you might get a date, or a woman who doesn't mind her looks being rated by a panel of independent experts?
If so, Secret Diamond Club – a dating website aimed at pairing wealthy males with attractive females – may be for you.
It might not be scientifically accurate but as one reviewer expressed it: “there’s nothing like the thrill of getting a message from a 97 percent match”. Despite the English name it is in fact one of the most popular dating sites in Sweden for Swedes, with over 230,000 active members. Through the site’s search function you can search for people with the same interests as you, as well as criteria such as height and age.
Unlike some of the bigger international dating sites you'll need Swedish to use this one.
Don’t expect in-depth profiles listing Sven’s likes and dislikes.