Do Women Really want to meet Millionaires? Dating Wealthy Men / Women

  • View author's info posted on Jun 12, 2006 04:24


    Angelsedge write:
    yes.... i want a man with money to spoil me and care about me. I don't want any strings or expectation. That way there are no let downs... (what happens in life will happen just let it. Have fun and enjoy, your expectations of others are what let you down. )
    everyone needs some thing in life and sometimes it is just a companion. I enjoy meeting others and just getting to know them. Not all these Millionaire have time for a regular relationship and just need someone on-call to spend time when they have it... so if that is what any of you are looking for than maybe I can be your companion. BE WARE.... I do like to be spoiled, and will expect to be.


    What I find a paradox is that you don't want the man to have expectations, yet you are full of them yourself???
  • View author's info posted on Feb 17, 2006 04:15


    I think that in general women are not looking for a partner who has money. Instead, like I am, looking for someone who is used to nicer things. May have a shot at having a little class, and can fit well into our world.
  • View author's info posted on Feb 15, 2006 13:53


    I am looking for a man with money but he has to have all the other things as well. Personally I did not say MONEY!!! because due to the site we're on you would think it's a given. My problen is finding one of them that want to give me a chance
  • View author's info posted on Feb 14, 2006 18:59


    I Completely agree with katiegirl, it definately isn't about the money but guys with brains and an education more or less tend to come hand in hand with money!

    It isn't the fact that the guy is rich but that he can hold a decent conversation with you, and be genuinely interested without being, and I'm sure i speak for most females, insultive. What really gets me is these guys with no respect think they know you so well as to speak to you in such a dis respective way immediately makes me unattracted to them.
  • View author's info posted on Feb 13, 2006 04:46


    LMFAO.... WELL HEY AFTER READING THIS POST I HAD TO GIGGLE? ITS SEEMS THE OTHER WAY ROUND FOR ME!! MEN ONLY CARED ABOUT THE MONEY NOT ME!! SO IM GLAD I JOINED A SITE THAT ONE THING THAT DONT MATTER NOR ARE MEN EASLIY PHASED OR ARE GOLD DIGGERS!! AND YES ITS ROOT TO ALL EVIL, AND DOUBLE EDGE SWORD FOR EITHER SEX!! YET ROMANCE AND LOVE IS FREE AND PRICELESS THAN MOST THINGS LIFE!!! SO ENJOY AND BE HAPPY, CAUSE WEALTH WILL NEVER DO IT! XX
  • View author's info posted on Jan 07, 2006 12:15


    Morganth write:
    Well, I for one would love to meet a man of means who could take care of me, but sorry to say England is considered too far by many of the guys on this site.
    What a shame as there are some lovely ladies this side of the pond, who would happily relocate for the right guy..
    Hugs Morganth


    MOrg!!!
    Good NEWS!!!!!!
    There are plenty of men on this site who lives in England....I have met some.
    Keep posting they will f***ind you
    Good Luck!!!
  • View author's info posted on Jan 06, 2006 07:12


    Well, I for one would love to meet a man of means who could take care of me, but sorry to say England is considered too far by many of the guys on this site.
    What a shame as there are some lovely ladies this side of the pond, who would happily relocate for the right guy..
    Hugs Morganth

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  • View author's info posted on Dec 30, 2005 02:11


    Rose2009 write:
    Having been accused of being a "gold digger" by my ex mother-in-law, one thing I would definately advise all ladies here is to make sure all his friends like you and especially his family otherwise it can be a living hell. I was never interested in his money, or his family money and when they cut him off with nothing I stuck by him,because I wanted to be with him. Sad thing was he didn't stick with me, he eventually decided he liked money better!

    Ouch. Funny....I dont think that would apply to a lady with money. :)
  • View author's info posted on Dec 28, 2005 00:56


    beautynbrains4u write:
    Your hand in marriage for a herd of cattle...too funny!! I was in a six year relationship with a millionarie.....and I was miserable. Left him and a year later fell in love with a wonderful man who had a decent income, no savings but would have given me the shirt off his back should I have needed it. I won't date a man for his money if I don't find anything interesting in his profile, little commonalities, can't envision myself kissing him, or if I would be required to move to his area which I wouldn't find appealing. No matter what his income might be. And yes, one day I might be swinging in that porch swing alone...

    I love the shirt-off-his-back kind of men. Real, honest, and eager, and courageous enough, to experience love on a higher plain.

    It'd be easy to supress our ethics and take advantage of rich men if we could all be "Gabrielle" on Desperate Housewives, but I could NEVER be like Gabby or be another Anna Nicole Smith.

    I want to meet a wealthy man, of course! But to SHARE my world with and to take me places he considers his own personal "sanctuary," where we can relax, chill out, take a day off and worship Mother Nature together, whether it's an ocean beach, a mountain peak, an emerald green isle or a barrier reef. If I find that man, I'll stop working 24 hours a day and spend my best moods and adventursomeness with him for a while before we go back to the grindstone again. But I have LOTS to share.
  • View author's info posted on Dec 28, 2005 00:39


    Yours was a good post, linafrance, and something I think, needed to be said. Good one.
  • View author's info posted on Dec 26, 2005 13:06


    Being Dutch...we have a problem talking about money...But having grown up in the states from the age of 6....I guess I got a bit more used to it. I have just decided to end my marriage of 10 years.. and relationship of 15...Money has been a big issue...so lets not beat around the bush. We have a comfortable life...moved to the south of France to downsize...but at the end of the day what I am missing in my relationship is a man with ambition and drive. I have been the main (only) breadwinner for over 6 years. (we are not retired by a long shot!) If my ex had been a great house husband I could have coped...but he is a real man's man..loves going out...loves drinking...and does not seem too concerned that his ventures have not worked out. (he is English!)
    I have been extremely patient...and have offered to help him with setting himself up...but the drinking has gotten worse and I felt kids and me were suffering badly.
    Sorry for the sad story...but key point is...Woman are great at taking care of kids...homes...and men...! and if you want a bit of a balanced life...it makes sense that a man works...And when you have come from an affluent family...are well educated...smart...good looking...you just won't accept a loser! I will be fine on my own...and love having a career...but would love nothing more than sharing my life with a great, smart, compassioante, hardworking, successful and sexy man! And at 42 realise I will easily change careers and location to accomodate such a wonderful man....
  • View author's info posted on Dec 26, 2005 03:44


    ThatOnePlayer writes:
    Of course women want to marry a millionare or marry someone who's finacially secure. Becuase if not then you women wouldn't be on a site called "(Millionare) Hint Hint Match". And for the people who said if they didn't click with someone whos a millionare they wouldn't marry one, thats a load of bull. Becuase, the next chance you actually meet a good looking middle aged millionare is very slim.


    Oh, I beg to differ, Player. I was engaged to a millionaire (heir to a tire fortune) when I was in my early 20's. We finally decided we were just doing it to shock his parents, so I gave the ring back and we kissed each other good-bye.

    Then I was dating a millionaire (heir to a lumber fortune) who dumped me when a jealous b***ch former friend of mine told him I only wanted him for his money. HE was just looking for eye-candy tho. He never loved me.

    I worked for the government and met one of the Princes of Senegal when I was around 24, who was studying English through the Embassy. He wanted to arrange a meet with my father to barter for my hand in matrimony. Dad said he didn't need a hundred head of cattle and I was a little more emancipated than the prince was aware of too. That never panned out.

    Then I dated a millionaire (owner of a string of restaurants) but he wasn't interested in MY work. He just wanted ME to be into HIS work. I ended that relationship.

    And then there's the MM guy ... but I won't go into that.

    I could have kissed these men's bu*tts and tried to convince them to stay with me. But there was something missing in every situation. NO LOVE. And really, no love "potential" either. I think it's a shame wealthy guys think you will date them just because they're rich, when sometimes I date a guy just because he made me laugh and I saw a future of great humour ahead.

    I like to joke: I'm looking for a millionaire or at least a wealthy guy so that if he decides to back out, he'll own his own house already and might not take MINE from me again. (My one and only divorce did not turn out so well.)

    So....... there!

    LOL
  • View author's info posted on Dec 20, 2005 08:59


    Of course women want to marry a millionare or marry someone who's finacially secure. Becuase if not then you women wouldn't be on a site called "(Millionare) Hint Hint Match". And for the people who said if they didn't click with someone whos a millionare they wouldn't marry one, thats a load of bull. Becuase, the next chance you actually meet a good looking middle aged millionare is very slim.
  • View author's info posted on Dec 15, 2005 19:15


    or break a man !

    you have that right..lol
    that was funny, but true...smile
  • View author's info posted on Dec 09, 2005 07:27


    i really want a millionair cause i need to be looked after but i dont think any want me.
  • View author's info posted on Dec 08, 2005 14:24


    shaebutter write:
    OK, let me see, I've dated a pro football player, a pro wrestler, an engineer and a few more million airs. But you know what money does not turn me on, or make me happy..It is the way the person treats you and high on the list is, can he respect you. I turned down open invitations for marriage and so called security, to be independent. I feel if I'm going to be rich, then I will make my own millions and choose who I want to spend the rest of my life with. Hell women are more educated, stronger and breaking down that good ol boy system..Kudo's to all the independent women...and keep up the good work. A man don't make a woman, but a woman can sure the hell make a man..think about it..
    OHIO-Shae butter baby!



    or break a man !
  • View author's info posted on Dec 07, 2005 14:27


    OK, let me see, I've dated a pro football player, a pro wrestler, an engineer and a few more million airs. But you know what money does not turn me on, or make me happy..It is the way the person treats you and high on the list is, can he respect you. I turned down open invitations for marriage and so called security, to be independent. I feel if I'm going to be rich, then I will make my own millions and choose who I want to spend the rest of my life with. Hell women are more educated, stronger and breaking down that good ol boy system..Kudo's to all the independent women...and keep up the good work. A man don't make a woman, but a woman can sure the hell make a man..think about it..
    OHIO-Shae butter baby!

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  • View author's info posted on Dec 06, 2005 19:17


    Rose2009 write:
    Having been accused of being a "gold digger" by my ex mother-in-law, one thing I would definately advise all ladies here is to make sure all his friends like you and especially his family otherwise it can be a living hell. I was never interested in his money, or his family money and when they cut him off with nothing I stuck by him,because I wanted to be with him. Sad thing was he didn't stick with me, he eventually decided he liked money better!


    lol No offense but, he made a wise choice. Money or Love? Id choose money too.
  • View author's info posted on Dec 06, 2005 18:51


    you are absolutely right. we need to be more straight, up front and definitely honest. i like the finer things that money can buy and i like to do good things with money.....i have always believed that if you can't be happy without money you can't be happy with it.....good night
  • View author's info posted on Oct 17, 2005 12:18


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