"Look, these members drive the best cars, hang out at the fanciest hotels, live in the biggest houses, wear the best clothes. It doesn't take long to weed out those who belong on a different kind of dating site." Those are the insightful words of Luxy spokesman Darren Shuster.
Luxy is the new dating app supposedly just for the rich.
So why does the app known as "Tinder for snobs" need a spokesperson? I mean, don't most tech startups lean on the celebrity of their CEO. I mean, hasn't the anonymous Luxy leader, who goes by "Tim T" learned anything from Musk or Zuckerberg?
Maybe it's because they're not ashamed of their products?
So is there actually a market of a hook-up for the rich act? I mean, I could understand if it were the type of site that was trying to introduce potential marriage options. But to think that snobs are picky about the bank accounts belonging to their potential one-night stands?