Is WhatsYourPrice.com some sort of Online Escort Service?

I’ve been hearing a lot about a dating site called WhatsYourPrice.com. From what I understand it is a pay-to-date site. That sounds awfully fishy to me. It sounds as if it were some sort of escort service. I admit I’m intrigued by it, but I don’t want to get into any legal trouble. Has anybody used the site? How does it work?

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WhatsYourPrice.com has been in existence since 2010. In that time frame, it has been highlighted by many prestigious news programs. We’ve reviewed the site ourselves and can inform you that the site in no way bears any resemblance to an escort service. As a matter of fact, the site prohibits and actively removes any escorts that attempt to join.

That being said, you should consider WhatsYourPrice.com as a casual dating site. Think of it as an eBay for finding a date. You post a bid for a date with a specific woman. If she accepts your price you can then advance to making arrangements for the date. The minimum bid is $5, but most dates will go for a sum between $100 to $350. Also, it’s okay to haggle. Both the man and the woman can present counter-offers prior to the final amount being decided.

You might ask yourself, why do this? Why not use a more traditional hookup site? The reason that most men join the site is that they have the financial means to pay for such dates. They are also men that appreciate the company of attractive women. For them, it is a question of saving time.

The women who join the site tend to be women that want to meet men that they may not otherwise be able to meet in their current social circles.

The site functions more as a bridge between two worlds. Between that of a financially successful man that may lack the social skills to meet attractive women on his own — and attractive women that may not have the social connections to easily meet financially successful men.

We hope that this gives you an idea of how the site works and we invite you to check out our review on WhatsYourPrice.com. Once there, you’ll get additional insight regarding the nuts and bolts of WhatsYourPrice.