Men pay to date me!
I’m raking in the cash and having lots of fun!
Checking my bank balance, I let out a groan.
It looked like it’d be another tough month where I’d struggle to make ends meet.
‘Sorry, we have to cut back on things,’ I told my three children, Mauvorneen, 15, Ireland, 13, and Gideon, 12, later that evening.
‘It’s OK, Mum, we understand,’ Mauvorneen replied kindly.
But it wasn’t OK. I felt guilty, not providing for my kids.
After years spent scraping by, I had to make a change.
Working towards a better future, I set my sights on a career in political sociology, and enrolled at uni full time.
A single mum, it meant giving up my job.
With help from financial aid and selling my things on ebay, I was lucky if I managed to find £600 a month.
Buying food was a struggle, never mind the bills.
I lurched from one panicked month to the next. Until... In April 2018, I read about a woman making a good living from men who paid to date her through Whatsyourprice.com. She easily made £250 a date. Desperate for cash, I browsed the website to see things for
I used to lurch from one panicked month to the next
myself. And it was real!
Men registered on the site and paid women up to £500 to go out with them.
Whether it was to a coffee shop, fancy restaurant or something more extravagant, it was an easy way to make some money.
I realised I wanted a slice of the action.
Besides the cash, I reckoned 15 years of being a single woman was long enough.
Signing up, I made it clear that I was only interested in getting to know men on the dates. Sex was definitely not on the table. Not straightaway, anyway... Choosing a pretty picture of myself, I saved my new profile and waited for responses.
Days later, my profile had been viewed dozens of times by rich, professional men.
With offers already, I browsed their profiles.
Liking what I saw, I decided to accept a date with a rich lawyer.
He seemed nice and we arranged to meet for coffee.
As I arrived at the coffee shop a few days later, my date handed me £150 cash. Just like that… Like any date, conversation was a bit awkward at first, but soon we were in full flow.
We talked about anything and everything, the hours flying by…
After that, I got stuck in, going on lots of dates.
I made £500 that first month, but it didn’t feel like work.
Especially getting dressed up and going to fancy restaurants.
Best of all, the men knew the deal before our meetings. There was no expectation of sex.
In May, I left my home in Caldwell, Idaho, and was flown by private jet to Nevada to go on a date with a rich man.
It was such an incredible experience. So luxurious.
I was even back home in time to pick up my children from school!
When I told them what I’d been up to, they were cool with it.
‘We know you’re not going to put yourself in any danger,’ Ireland said.
However, some of my friends and family are sceptical about it.
But over time, they’ve learned to accept it.
I haven’t let anybody’s opinion get in the way of providing for my family.
I’m a responsible adult and I make my own choices.
I really don’t care what society thinks of them.
Now, I love being paid to go on dates. And each one is as exciting as the first time I tried it.
Plus I’m making up to £2,000 per month alongside my studies at uni. What’s not to love about it? So far, all the men I’ve met are only friendship material, but I wouldn’t be surprised if one day, I find love on this site.
In the meantime, I’m going to enjoy the freedom and peace of mind the money brings me. It’s so liberating, not worrying about how I’m going to put food on the table for my family – and really, it’s given us all a new lease of life.
We live much better than we’ve ever done.
Whilst dating for money may not be for everyone, it works for me and my family.
And there’s nothing more important than that.
The men know the deal before our meetings
Making friends and making money