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For upwards of 0,000 a year, the package upgrades you to an international search, throwing in personal consultations with Jill and Amber Kelleher-Andrews themselves.
But be warned - if you happen to find marriage or eternal happiness with your match, you have to cough up again for additional “success fees.” If you think you’ve got a bank balance that can take a beating from Kelleher, the first step is filling out a basic online profile - which asks for your annual income, among other ‘basic’ details.
Kelleher describes its typical clients as “smart, successful and elegant.” Wealthy must also be a given, considering the service starts at ,000 a year. Doing a local search in your area (sort of like Happn, but an ‘elite’ version), will set your back an initial ,000 - and that’s just to find local singletons.
If you’re travelling away on business, adding a second city will cost you an additional ,000 each time.
It is now considered an efficient, safe (as long as reasonable precautions are observed) and interesting way to narrow the field and meet potential partners.
Its not just for the young, but its becoming popular with seniors.
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