So I did a search on Patti's agency... (No. It's not the SugarDaddies.Com thing) and TAH-DAH! I found it. It's call the Millionaire's Club. I browse through the entire thing, read the lengthy Disclaimer and stuff... It turn out, that the client (the Millionaire) pays the basic membership fee... And on top of that, the Millionaire also need to pay for each individual consultation fee, as well as going to the VIP Parties hosted by Patti. It's so different from what it was shown on TV... When Patti meets the Millionaire and told him how he needs to get a make-over, and re-decorate the house... that's $75 / Hr. And for the party where the Millionaire meet the selected women... well, that's $3,000.00. Damn, I bet Patti's making a lot of money. Considering the amount of bonus she gets when she successfully matched up a couple.
Then I found THIS: The Gay Millionaire's Club. At least they got *some* pictures of good looking models. I clicked through the pages - and since I'm not a millionaire, I didn't need to read the pages on how much money it will cost and this and that... but I did spot the "applicant - FREE" (these are for people to be selected to meet the millionaires)
My. Free. I mean, anything FREE is good.
So I filled out a form, attached a picture, and submitted it. (dream sequence: Wayne flying and dancing through the clouds covered in diamonds and godiva chocolates)
It was not until later, I found that that if the applicant is select, he will have go through lengthy in-person interview, in which he was asked detailed questions about past relationships, his personal life, his religious preferences, and whether appearance or personality was a priority when seeking a partner... (quoted from this article)
Sh*T, I've already been having problem dealing with real JOB interviews... I don't think I'd be ready to deal with more PERSONAL interviews.... like, when was the last time you trim your pubic hair and... uh, never mind.