If you thought dating in the 21st century couldn’t get any more complicated, you were sadly mistaken. Many aren’t familiar with a luxury dating app that was created for the rich only about six months ago.
Introducing, or re-introducing, Luxy, the dating app that targets rich people.
If medium to low income people can have Tinder, Match.com, or eharmony, perhaps it’s only fair that the rich and affluent also get an app that is exclusive to their economic status.
Luxy CEO (who of course is anonymous and identifies himself as ‘Tim T’) in defense of the controversial app, says,
“With the rise of high-speed digital dating, it’s about time somebody introduced a filter to weed out low-income prospects by neighborhood.”
About the app’s current users, Luxy‘s media release claim that one will find,
“CEOs, professional athletes, doctors, lawyers, investors, entrepreneurs, beauty queens, fitness models and Hollywood celebrities,” as dating prospects.
Luxy also claims that the average income of its male users is $200,000 and the app team is working on an income-verification system (HOW FANCY).