Online dating has soared in popularity, but many sites require users to sift through hundreds or even thousands of inappropriate candidates. A new, controversial dating app called LUXY addresses this issue by allowing members to reject new applicants based on appearance or financial strength.
March 23, 2015 -- /PR NEWSWIRE/ -- LUXY is an elite millionaire club designed to meet the needs of the one percent of wealthy individuals seeking companionship. Members can meet, chat and date through the use of a discreet app. Now, LUXY is increasing its members' security and improving their browsing experience by rolling out a new filtering feature known as Vouch.
Vouch is a filter that allows members to screen applicants based on their appearances as well as their financial status. While this type of filter may cause controversy, the CEO of LUXY has made it clear that this is a service the company believes members will embrace. "With this new feature, members of LUXY hold the key to deciding whether new members qualify to join LUXY or not. Now, you need to be both rich and attractive to be a part of this dating platform."
The filter has already become popular among members, with 20 percent of those attempting to join the group earning rejection. In order to become a LUXY member, applicants must be voted in by existing members of the opposite sex. Members vote over a 24-hour period based on the applicant's appearance and personal information.
Applicants who face rejection by failing to receive more than 50 percent positive votes from members can send proof of income verification or can invite their friends to help them join the LUXY community. Once admitted, members will enjoy all of the features of the LUXY site.
LUXY is a unique dating app designed to filter the most attractive and financially stable of dating applicants into one pool of members. In order to join LUXY, members must submit an application and be approved by at least 50 percent of those voting members on the basis of attractive appearance and wealth.