Scott Valdez, the founder of Virtual Dating Assistant says that the majority of his clients are "busy professionals" and most are men.
According to Valdez, attractive women can receive hundreds of messages every week, and frequently they don't have the time or desire to weed through all the frogs to find their princes.How much do the services cost, and where can you find a Virtual Dating Assistant? It's sort of a mixed bag on that one in my opinion.The company strives to eliminate "hundreds of hours of trial and error" by helping clients appear twice as attractive and gain more attention, keep interested parties engaged, and ask people out in compelling ways.Vi DA's dating service for men has been featured in renowned publications and media outlets, such as magazine.The CBC News Community team is Lauren O'Neil and John Bowman If you're part of the CBC News community, you're likely to meet one of us: we're the folks working to produce and promote your stories.
Most people just don't have 40 hours a week to devote to finding someone special. After an in-depth interview, your Virtual Dating Assistant will comb dating sites looking for suitable matches, send selections to you for approval, and even woo your selections with witty online banter.
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Here's an introduction to Virtual Dating Assistants as an employer: Founded by President Scott Valdez in 2009, Virtual Dating Assistants - Vi DA is an online dating management company that offers a "done-for-you dating service," providing men and women with time-friendly options to meet prospective partners.
Gently they suggest I shouldn’t use the photograph that got the best scores in their online test as it “is not representative of my look” and guys “like to know what they’re getting” – i.e., I’m really not as hot as the picture implies. “Prove you read my profile, and I might throw in a couple of secret documents just to sweeten the deal.” I now sound not just obnoxious but like I’m on some kind of medication.
They also flag up that of the ten photos I sent at least six were more than four years old. Head honcho Scott’s team have also worked their magic on my profile copy, starting with what I’m looking for in my dream man. “And hopefully we’ll also be flying – off to a new place we’ve never explored, preferably on the other side of an ocean. I’m not just saying that.” And if that use of “zingers” hasn’t already sent my future husband running for the hills, they suggest I finish with this five-Red-Bulls-down finale… Vi DA returned all my feedback with this message: “I think you’re about to experience a big boost in the number and quality of men showing interest in you” – but they couldn’t be more wrong.
(One client had a clown fetish and was looking for a woman who owned her own pair of red floppy shoes, water-squirting flower, and red squeaky nose.) That gentleman's VDA set him up with not one, but three women who fit the bill.