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18-Dec-2014 13:30

Whats Your is a new site launched by Brandon Wade, founder of Seeking Arrangement, the “Elite Sugar Daddy Dating Website.” Wade hopes to bring an old-fashioned economic model to the online dating scene — his new site promises that those “who have high standards” (read: people who want to date someone out of their league) and “are willing to pay for the chance to go out on a first date” will have opportunity and incentive to meet the right person. Perhaps, best of all, they claim, if you get propositioned for a date, regardless of how said date turns out, you’ll be compensated for your time. You buy for a chance to impress someone who may not give you the time of day. Now those people have a shot to turn it into something.” Essentially, Wade sees his site as turning dating into a monetary negotiation between interested parties.

T.-educated businessman, doesn’t see it in those terms.

So it turns out that The Million Dollar Man Ted Di Biase was right: Everybody’s got a price. Perhaps it even borders on an escort service, if you rush to judgment. “We want to make this a G-rated dating service,” he told us via telephone.

In the world of online dating, a new website aims to drive that point home. An online dating service where people pay one another for a first date? “We don’t want the R-rated element like escort services and things like that to be here.

And just like any other site, you upload your picture and bit about your personality, then you search for people you may want to date. Hot people don’t exactly need another handout when it comes to dating, but now they get compensated for it, too?

Then, the WYP Twist: You begin negotiating with them. Will it cost 0 to coax someone into a first date? “That’s not the target audience, even if it is the inspiration,” Wade admitted to us, reluctantly.

“A lot of normal people are using the site and people are accepting dates for or or . Wade suggests people do half before the date and half afterward (should they use unmarked bills, too? If dates get canceled, then no money exchanges hands.

’ We’ve found from market research that people say I wouldn’t use the site when they first visit and then they let it sink in and come back and say it seems like a great idea.” And though he sounds earnest about it, it’s still hard to shake the feeling that this is somehow different from an auction block for sugar daddies and hot chicks. Sure, he’s quick to point out that it’s not men paying women, but also women paying men.

His site intends to facilitate those negotiations and collect a a tidy profit as the middleman.

Even though the site launched two weeks ago, Wade and his business team are waiting to hit a user base of 10,000 people before going public. So here’s how it works: Just like any other online dating service, you sign up and fill out a profile. People willing to pay are referred to as “the generous,” and people willing to be paid are known as “the attractives.” Which is exactly why people are a bit taken aback at the site.

Attractive, he insists, also means much more than just physical beauty.

So far, 500 first dates have been arranged by the company, and once a date has been arranged, the rest, as Wade says, is none of their business. After a price has been negotiated and site users unlock the ability to set up their first date with one another — for a fee, which is how the site makes money — the only time money exchanges hands between users comes on date night.

The company’s website is marketed toward the rich and beautiful, because Wade says, controversy is good for business.

“The goal of the homepage is to create controversy for people to go ‘Wow!