In the San Francisco Bay Area, Linx Dating Founder and CEO Amy Andersen is known as “Silicon Valley’s Cupid.” Andersen launched her business in 2003 with the idea to connect the “Silicon Valley man” with the “attractive professional San Francisco woman.” She teaches tech execs from the likes of Apple, Google, Facebook and Salesforce how to date, according to a 2013 Fortune article.
With close to 1,000 paying clients, Linx Dating prides itself on its exclusivity—the company has a “no advertising” policy and a rigorous vetting process.
It could be because Stanger was actually Spindel’s assistant for five years before she began her own business, according to New York Magazine.
He claimed to be a high flier in a major American toy firm, but then managed to convince her to give him £200 for medical treatment, encouraging her to take out credit cards.
It offered her “unlimited personal introductions” to men serious about finding a relationship.
Aileen was promised support from Searchmate’s highly experienced team of matchmakers, and a guaranteed minimum of 15 recommendations.
Adding a second city will cost clients an additional ,000.
And for upwards of 0,000 a year, you can join the CEO club and upgrade to an international search and personal consultations with Jill and Amber Kelleher-Andrews themselves.