Now through 2009, the 4M Club are throwing in a Tesla Roadster electric sports car, custom-built for the client. If they don't need the car, but still want the girl, the Rolls Royce matchmaking fee is negotiable.
Private matchmaking isn't new. It's been around for years and is finally socially acceptable, especially in the advent of Internet dating.
4M's Rolls Royce plan is for the multimillionaire bachelor tired of hanging out and spending holidays alone. He's looking for the love-of-his-life, but doesn't have time or know where to find her.
He's discovered dabbling online is labor intensive with little or no rewards. Most have found Internet dating counter-productive and quickly give up.
Enter 4M Club, an eight-year-old private matchmaking club for the rich -- they will scour the planet for a Rolls Royce client, until a perfect match is found.
For a cool quarter million dollars, the Rolls Royce program affords clients the luxury of working directly with 4M's owner and relationship expert,
Stelmack states, "I only want to work with the most sincere of the bunch."
Prospective clients meet privately with Stelmack and learn how she's going to tackle one of the most important investments of their life -- finding the right partner-in-life.
The 4M Club's headquarters are in downtown
"Anything can be negotiated. If an interested bachelor from abroad really needs our help, we'll pull all the guns out. As long as it doesn't take away from someone else," says founder Stelmack.
The 4M Club enjoys a healthy mix of engagements, marriages and long-term relationships.
Stelmack asserts, "When a client looks me sincerely in the eye and says, 'Wow, I'm marrying one of these gals,' they've gone and done it."
Fees at the 4M Club typically start at $25K. Fees are also dependent on clients' specific needs and dating challenges.
Contact: Chris Stelmack 1-888-850-2582
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