Roger, another GMC client and busy CEO who owns homes in New York, L. and Salt Lake City, says the service is well worth it.
"It's somebody taking the work out of going to social clubs and bars.
If an applicant doesn't send a picture, the application goes to the bottom of the pile.
GMC is not looking for naked shots or suggestive ones, just a nice friendly snapshot. " Hankoff points out that most of her clients are looking for somewhat younger men, usually in their 30s or 40s.
Jill has presented me with educated, refined, upwardly mobile, non-golddigger young men," he says.
Hankoff says most of her clients meet at least one man they're very interested in.
How does Hankoff know if these "millys" are the real thing?
"We know that if they can pay our entrance fee, odds are they are millionaires," she says."We like to see somebody who's put some thought into it to write something that's unique to us," she says.Guys who say things like, "Oh my god, my rent is due.Anna Nicole Smith did it, then had to fight for the money the old geezer left her when he kicked the bucket.So for all you gay gold diggers out there, there's A website where you can meet the discerning gay millionaire.There is no fee for applicants, who are asked to supply a picture, fill out a questionnaire and describe themselves in 50 words or less.