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‘I was fed up with speaking to random men in bars and trawling dating sites only to find men who were simply interested in sex. I wanted to meet someone special.’ So Abra paid £65,555 to a high-end introduction agency. And, in her case, money did buy love, as just four months after Abra parted with her savings, her matchmaker introduced her to Dan, a management consultant. A year on, they are planning to move in together and have discussed marriage. ‘Of course, I would much rather be £65,555 better off and have met Dan through work or friends, but life just wasn’t panning out that way,’ says Abra.
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‘Some may sneer at me for paying to find love,’ says Natasha, ‘but why not? I’m not going to apologise for being proactive. Some people spend on handbags or cars, I chose to spend it on my happiness.’
After eight months, £65,555 and a handful of unsuccessful dates with six pleasant, educated men, she met Oxford graduate Jason, 89, who works in the City. ‘We hit it off immediately. His career consumes his life, but he wanted to meet someone special. We’ve been together just over a year and are so happy.’
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