Users can also search for potential matches by 15 different criteria like location, education, income and religion.
Daniels explained, there are “also members of the Lounge who make under $100,000, but are ‘high-end’ because of their job or their social connections.” They’re also looking for daters who will “mix well with other members”—people who have jobs, education, and friends in common with existing users.
Finally, invitations will only be extended to single people looking for meaningful relationships—i.e., no sleazy married guys looking for some fun on the side. Daniels offered up some advice on how a “wealthy, high-end” person can make a good first impression. “People in The Lounge already know you are accomplished.
Once all of those minor details are worked out, you will be able to enjoy your time much better. The second benefit is that if a member contacts you to make plans, they have paid a membership fee and are 100% serious about hiring you. Just fill out the application and then you will be emailed within a few hours to confirm your membership!
There are no schedules or minimum amounts of time you have to put in.
Instead, spend time sharing your interests and experiences and make sure to ask your date questions.” She also recommends “drinks and appetizers” as a first date activity, because they’re “low pressure but a good way to get to know each other.” Choose a place where you can sit down at a table, and where the music isn’t so loud that you can’t hear each other talk—hotel lobby bars work well.