As a "generous" member, you troll the site and make offers to the attractive to buy a "first date."When the offer is made, "our offer negotiating system will allow you to accept an offer, reject an offer, or counter with a different price," according to The site offers helpful first date etiquette tips, including "pay 50% of the date at the start of the date, and 50% at the end," and "if someone asks you to send money by Western Union, report them immediately."Obviously, the first question about is "How is this not prostitution or escorting?" Luckily that's the exactly the first question addressed in an FAQ sent to us by a spokesman: This is all about paying for the FIRST DATE!The site promises you a first date, but the second date is entirely up to you.Members can either accept an offer or they can name their price for the first date. It has to be authenticated with a photograph that is approved."When you see a hot single you want to date, just make an offer and buy the first date." (Wade is also the genius behind sugar daddy The site, which is free to join (though not to use!), is populated by two classes of people, euphemistically termed "the generous" and "the attractive." As an "attractive" member, you make a profile with all the normal dating stuff, while also indicating the amount of money someone would have to pay you to go on a date with them.I'm a guy who has been on this site for 14 days.
Signing up is free, with two options or categories, namely, Generous or Men and Attractive or Women.
You simply fill in the details in a profile and then start meeting singles that are looking out for a date in the area.
The Generous member has to pay up only on acceptance of an offer and after the deal is clinched, he can unlock it for setting up your date.
Really, my only complaint about the site so far is I'm tiring myself out, as I have another four dates already scheduled.
As a member for six months here is a list of my fourteen experiences on What's Your Price.