As the parenthesis suggests most of the “generous” are men like doctors, lawyers, athletes, while most of the “attractive” are women.
The men pick up the tab for the whole trip.
A browse through the site’s 100,000-plus profiles turns up a few people hoping to find Mr. or Mrs. Right, but also millionaires -- old and young -- looking for “no-strings-attached fun” and girls seeking financial support.
The site's founder, rejected the characterization of the site as offering prostitution opportunities.
“The generous guy is responsible for paying for the trip ... but there’s no payment of the other person,” a major news channel quoted him as telling Cuomo.
At the bottom of the homepage it says it's “strictly an online dating website. Escorts are not welcome.”
The founder said he sees no problem with people who meet on the site having sex, with one key exception.
“I’m O.K. with it, as long as it’s a few months of a relationship but if it’s a one-hour arrangement, I’m actually not ok with that,” he added.
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