As unusual as it sounds, there are a few dating apps that don't allow anyone to join their database. For various reasons, these apps require screening and, in most cases, it is pretty difficult to gain access. Here are two of them.
The League is a dating app that allows only the elite members of our society to join its userbase. This elitist app is not interested in growing in numbers, it is a very exclusive and selective one. If you really want to give it a try, it is not that easy.
There are three ways to register. First, you can receive an invitation from an existing member. Second, you can put your name on a waiting list and wait to be evaluated. Third, you can pay $179.99 and accelerate the evaluation process. Even if you pay the fee, acceptance is not guaranteed. You will have to go through the screening process and you can still be denied access (in this case you also lose the $179.99 fee).
If you don't pay the fee, the average waiting time is eight months. The only sure way to get in is when a member invites you.
Now, if you are lucky enough to be accepted — less than 15% of the applicants are accepted — you will enjoy a very good dating app experience. You will have the chance to socialize with some of the elite members in your area. Keep in mind that The League only works in twenty cities so far.
This one is even more selective than the previous one. Luxy is an app for rich people who seek other rich people. The average yearly income of its members is $700,000. If you make anything less than $500,000 don't even try to apply. Now, if you think that you can lie about your income, guess what? The developers have already thought of that. In order to apply for membership you need to submit a copy of your ID/passport/driver's license. In addition, you also have to submit a copy of your most recent tax return.
After you submit your information, you still have to be voted in by members of the opposite *** within a 24-hour period. Keep in mind that Luxy consists of a very elite group of people. Your looks might help a bit but those people value high income more than anything. The larger your net worth is, the better your chances.
Its features are on par with those you can find on any swipe-style app. Swipe right for like, left to pass. If both parties are interested, the conversation can begin. It also has a premium feature. Those that unlock it can communicate with anyone at any given time, even with people that haven't liked them back. As can be expected with an app for the rich, its price is steep. $99.99 for one month, $79.99 per month under the three-month plan, and $58.99 under the six-month plan.