Attractive people dating agency

28 Mar

The website has attracted considerable controversy in the media and much criticism since its inception due to its exclusive business model of only allowing perceived attractive men and women to join the dating community.

Managing Director of Beautiful People Greg Hodge states that people were tired of using mainstream online dating sites when looking for an attractive partner, since they allow anyone to join and have mediocre or non-existent filters for finding attractive people.

"We're scooping up these people and offering them a glimmer of hope," he said, "in many cases their first and only opportunity of meeting a member of the opposite sex." I wouldn't take him too seriously, though.

The tone on The Ugly Bug Ball is definitely flippant and probably half-joking.

These are more likely to be off-line agencies who take the time and effort to interview every client .

First piece of advice: if it's free, it's generally free for a reason!

When I relayed my initial concerns I was told I was told it takes time and it was strange I had not clicked with the profiles offered.

Not one profile suggested 'attractive' as their namesake suggested.

I was 'quizzed' by one woman and merely asked a lot if obvious questions that really only satisfied one word answers.

This lady had no knowledge of me, and when initially setting up my profile online completed with terrible spelling errors and poor phrasing.

This was pitched as a professionals website, yet few profiles fit that description.

Either because the service is a way of attracting traffic to a site (eg a radio station or newspaper) or because it's an advertising-based model (where the site-owner generates revenue by selling space on the site or selling your contact details to third party advertisers).

And if it's free, anyone can join - and anyone will!