Billionaire online dating
She doesn't want to 'let loose gold-diggers', either. A lot of women tend to dig for information about his holidays or car, trying to work out how rich he is. They want to be with women who are cultured, well-educated and well-informed. Women who give up hope don’t go out as much as they think they do as it’s easier to put on slippers and watch TV.
You have to put yourself out there, but not just visiting the local pub.
To buy anything from a million private jet to a million yacht online (yes, really), the filthy rich turn to James Edition, a shopping site that specializes in extravagant items and brands itself as "The World's Largest Luxury Marketplace." The site lets users search by category, such as "Helicopters" or "Yachts," or by brand, if you're specifically looking for a Rolex or a Porsche.
She holds details of more than 2,000 eligible men and women aged from 19 to 75, but her bespoke match-making client list is much smaller with more male millionaires and billionaires, and most of them are in their 40s and 50s.
I wouldn't be worried about any awkward silences, but you're not motivated by money, so I think we need an intellectual.'As it happens, so many women in their 40s and 50s look so fabulous these days, they often don't know or care how old they actually are.
'They like someone who is independent, with her own life, her own friends, but want to avoid gold-diggers at all costs,' says Lara. She interviews prospective members for 90 minutes and never says yes to someone she doesn't think she can help find love.
She was not university-educated and didn't have an international outlook.'So then I introduced him to a woman out of his stated age-range - a 46-year-old very glamorous interior designer; well put-together, articulate, confident, adventurous, assertive.
They've been seeing each other for several months now.'These men soon realise that they have nothing in common with younger women.