Women's ultimate guide to finding rich singles and a boyfriend or a husband

Elite international dating: how to find a rich and successful man

Some people say that money can't buy you happiness. They may be right, but it doesn't mean you should underrate your money. So if you are a rich, successful, ambitious, classy, educated woman it is natural that you would like to find a boyfriend or a husband that meets your expectations and needs: most likely a successful wealthy man that is also determined, intelligent, educated and well-traveled.

We all know that distinguished elite professional women want to date successful men, but we also know that it is not easy to find the right person. In any case, a successful professional doesn't give up easily, is diligent in his or her work, ambitious, smart, intelligent, educated, and patient. This is what a rich man usually wants in a girlfriend or wife, and I firmly believe it is possible to find this kind of person. No matter what your job is, I would value your career and you will have the best chances to get ahead. I love my career and I want to date a woman who loves her career too. However, I will prioritize the relationship with my partner by finding a balance, and so should you. Having the same goals is the best way to make a relationship work.

Incidentally, being successful doesn't necessarily mean being rich in terms of money: should I get a rich woman who does drugs, or cheats on me, or has a shallow personality — not to say personality disorders — or has the maturity level of a spoiled kindergartener? No thank you, in this case I would be better off alone. I wouldn't let this kind of millionaire woman go out with my dog, much less with me. I am happy with my life and I want to complete it, not ruin it with something that I don't need.


Is it possible to find a rich man online?

Usually, the more successful a man and a woman are professionally, the less time they have to actually get out and meet people, online or otherwise. The exception is the case of rich heirs and heiresses who don't need a job because they inherited everything, so they can kill time wasting money in various ways — if your target is this kind of person, you'd better stop reading this page.

Some websites and apps, and all self-styled matchmakers, claim they will get you a rich boyfriend or husband. Too bad this is just impossible, because dating apps and websites are conceived to retain as many users as possible: if everyone found a partner right away, or even a rich partner, nobody would need to use the app or the website again — it is just basic marketing. And not only will they trap you in the system, but they will also ask you to pay for "premium" services. On the other hand, even if you are not a paying subscriber, you are an active user, who they desperately need — especially women — otherwise they should keep creating fake profiles. Anyway, there are several websites that claim to help the wealthy find mates, or the non-wealthy find rich mates: the top ones are MillionaireMatch.com, Onluxy.com and (unfortunately) SugarDaddyMeet.com. There are also a number of "millionaire matchmakers" whom you can hire to set you up with the wealthy. The truth is, a matchmaker will be even more motivated to treat you like a cash cow, because one-to-one interactions make it possible to use sales techniques tailored for your personality.

Millionaires looking for a wife

How to find a rich man online for free

All those websites start from the assumption that you must pay to meet a millionaire. Nothing could be further from the truth, because those millionaires who are looking for a wife will certainly not ask you to "pay a subscription". If you go on reading, you will learn a simple and free way to meet a man online, for example. Mind you, even if the method is free, it doesn't mean that the person has time to waste. Time is precious, and people — especially rich men — hate wasting time.

More generally, does online dating work?

First of all, this page is not about online dating, but real dating. That being said, dating websites and apps, apart from the usual huge amount of fake profiles created by the site/app owners just to fill the database up, show profiles belonging to "people" who don't talk or send messages. I still wonder what they are doing there. Sex workers are not rare though, and, in this case, we all know what they are doing there. So, yes, online dating might work well if you need short and superficial sexual relationships, assuming you are lucky enough to get them for free: most likely, you will not get anything at all, and your time will be wasted anyway. Curiously, the most popular dating app is Tinder, which is also the most ridiculous. Other apps have been unsuccessfully trying to outdo Tinder for a long time, despite plenty of fake ads and plenty of "happy couples" who met through the nth new app and who are now married with kids etc.

Mind you, in theory it might be possible to find a serious rich person on a dating app or website, but in practice it is extremely difficult, that is to say basically impossible. Being a complete waste of time, in my experience it is not worth it. To give an idea, winning the Powerball jackpot would be statistically easier.

Are you only looking for a rich man to marry? Advice from a rich eligible bachelor

If you are only after money, you need a sugar daddy, not a partner. It is natural that you want to find a partner, or a man to marry, or a man to have a baby with, but if you don't know what the word love means, a rich man is not stupid enough to become your husband, unless he has serious mental problems or has the same lifestyle as the lamented Hugh Hefner. If a man is smart enough to be successful, he is also smart enough not to get played. I hate to disappoint you, but a relationship is about feelings and common goals, not money. Through money, you won't get anything, let alone security. In fact, your money-hungry behavior actually shows your very insecure personality. A bank account will never make you happy; if the contrary were true, banks would be sources of happiness… which they are not: do you remember the 2008 crisis? By the way, if your only purpose in life is to strike up a relationship with a billionaire, you may need to rethink your life goals.

Being a great lover of classical and symphonic music, I don't usually listen to other kinds of music, unless I have reasonable commercial grounds for doing so. Times and technology change, but pop (or rock etc.) music remains one of the traditional cash cows despite the current competitive global market and the advent of digital music. Anyway, while I was walking home after leaving the opera house, I came across some college boys and a tune by Lana Del Rey that was like: Will you still love me when I'm no longer young and beautiful? …a short yet eloquent question which makes a good point. This is what love is all about. And don't forget that money is just money, while love is priceless. It doesn't take a rich man or woman to have an emotionally rich relationship. What it takes is loyalty, trust, communication and the willingness to compromise, without setting aside intimacy and physical affection; you want somebody to share the struggle, the good, the bad, the best and worst times.

Last but not least, trust your instincts, stay focused on your purpose in life, get out there and find the successful mate you deserve.

What I would change in a stereotypical relationship with a rich partner

Myth #1: priorities

"If you want a rich husband, you should realize that you will never be the #1 priority in his life. Work will always come above you, and money will be above that. So you will have to settle on being #3 at best. Why would you ever want to settle on being #3?"

No, that is the typical bachelor's life, not a relationship. When a man decides to find a woman, the bachelor days are over and she must become his priority.

Myth #2: long business trips

"If a rich husband travels a lot, for example if you married a businessman, he is more likely to cheat on you, regardless of his age: after 30, after 35, after 40, after 50 or whatever."

First of all, in the meantime, a woman could cheat on her husband as well, but this is another story.

That being said, no mutual trust means no love. One of the biggest mistakes you could make is getting a husband or boyfriend you don't trust. Secondly, there is another simple solution: traveling together and/or staying together at home. The keyword is: "together". Your man should have similar interests as you. In a real relationship, both people take the initiative, not just one. No amount of money can overcome boredom in a relationship.

Myth #3: your spouse will always be busy

"A rich husband is always busy: no time for you."

The word "busy" must not exist in a relationship. The priority is the partner. Or at least this is my mindset — I realize other people may well disagree and behave differently. In any case, if either partner claims to be busy, the relationship is definitely unhealthy. This is also true before a relationship: people who say they want to get to know a person, but claim to be busy all the time, are in conflict with themselves.

What I would not change in a relationship with a rich partner

  1. Apart from rich bachelors who have inherited everything, most rich men are self-made. As a result, they keep on working to make their dreams happen, never taking for granted what they have, no matter their age: after 25, after 30, after 35, after 40, after 45, after 50, always.
  2. Self-made rich men do not believe in entitlement: nothing is deserved which is not earned. Therefore, they can be harsh on those who are receiving some type of assistance from the government, friends, or family members. Men also want to see that a woman is independent, or is going to be financially independent, by making her own way in the world and working hard.
  3. Every rich and intelligent man hopes that his woman loves him for who he is as a person. Intelligent men don't usually agree to pay for companionship — otherwise hiring an escort or going to a strip club would be quicker solutions. As soon as a rich man feels the only reason why a woman is going out with him is to scrounge a dinner and a show, it is over. It is not in their nature to be gullible; if it were, many rich and successful men wouldn't be where they are in life. Reflect on your motives, and ask yourself if you are in love with a man who happens to be rich, or if you are dating a man only because he is rich.
  4. In my experience, a rich man has less patience for relationship games, long-term courtships and drama queens. He needs to know whether she wants him or not. If you are undecided, if you claim to be "busy" — as if you were the only busy person in the world — or if you are dating more than one man at once, you had better find someone else.
  5. Nothing turns a rich man on like a strong woman who is driven, can support herself on her own, and is successful in her career or business. However, she doesn't necessarily have to be super-rich. Instead, she can be superbly talented in something that he is not e.g. musical instrument, language, singing, dance, cooking, art, sports, etc. If you can master just one art you will gain a tremendous amount of admiration and you will also be able to attract a rich and successful man.

Where to find a rich man to marry

In my experience, charity balls, silent auctions, golf tournaments, polo matches, exhibitions and anything involving a cultural or medical institution are excellent places to expose you to a large pool of wealthy men. Sometimes, the less familiar the cause, the richer the donors: some rich men take pride in supporting charities few have heard of. Also, rich men buy homes, as in plural, which require art to adorn the walls. This means they attend many art exhibits, openings and auctions. If you also found a job there, you would be more likely to meet rich guys. In any case, don't go with a gaggle of girlfriends, and never with another male.

But there is also a faster and easier way: contacting me!

My name is Giuseppe, which is the most popular Italian name (Joseph/Joe in English). I was born and raised in Rome, Italy, but I am now a resident in the Caribbean. It doesn't mean I stay there all the time: I only prefer the summer (which is winter in the northern hemisphere). I studied at LUMSA (Rome) and MIT (Boston, MA). I mostly work in New York City (Manhattan) with short stays in the US Virgin Islands (my favorite islands), California (San Francisco Bay, Atherton, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles/Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Orange County, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach), Washington (Seattle), Texas (Dallas, Austin, Houston), Massachusetts (Boston), Florida (Miami, Palm Beach, Tampa, Orlando), Colorado (Aspen), Utah (Park City), United Kingdom (London), France (Paris), Principality of Monaco (Monte Carlo), Switzerland (Zurich, Berne, Geneva, Lugano, Ticino), Vatican City, Spain (Madrid, Barcelona), UAE (Dubai), Singapore, Japan (Tokyo) — see also my locations — though I always love to work remotely from a Caribbean island or the countryside of Italy: a true paradise without cars or traffic! My favorite places in Italy — not necessarily in that order — are Capri, Amalfi, Positano, Sicily, Rome, Florence, Tuscany, Milan, Venice.

Besides, I often visit my family in Italy, where I own property. I am 40 years old, single, I don't have kids — but I love them — and I have never been married.

If you want to get to know me, I look forward to hearing from you: write me a message explaining why you want to get to know me.

Alternatively, you can message me on Pinterest, if you have an account. I don't respond to empty profiles though.

Unlike most dating websites and apps, contacting me is actually free, but it doesn't mean that I have time to waste: I want to meet a potential partner and I don't need to chitchat with random people online. I prefer a determined and goal-oriented woman, who knows what she wants! Whatever you decide, good luck with your search.