Virtual dating assistants

Initial cost: 0 0 per month Executive Package An 80-hour Vi DA investment in your dating life each month.

For the man who wants to immediately find the woman of his dreams or the adventurous man who longs for the company of many women.

Trolling, e Harmony and other dating sites can be a time-consuming and frustrating task.Even setting up an appealing profile on these sites can be daunting.It took awhile, but the 24-year-old now knows exactly what kind of message to send to pique a woman's interest.The Montreal research assistant will come home from work, sit down with his laptop and bang out dozens of e-mails to attractive, eligible women.Vi DA functions as an outsourced online dating service that takes care of the various stages of the online dating process for its clients.

Founded by Scott Valdez, the company consists of dating specialists that take care of doing all of the online dating work for you, including: - Sifting through dating profiles - Handling communication and responses - Creating professional and attractive profiles - Finding women that match your criteria - Supplying you with dates (the setup) Five different packages are offered through the site: Do-it-Yourself Package: Unable to afford the services, but want to learn online dating Profile Writing Package: Get a professionally-crafted, magnetic profile while taking care of your own online dating Basic Package: Minimal costs in order to try the services and get dates delivered to you on a monthly basis Premium Package: Two to five dates delivered to you per month Executive Package: For those wanting a completely automated dating life and a calendar full of dates Package options include: Basic Package (minimal financial commitment) Vi DA will invest 20 hours into: - Setting up your online dating profile - Creating a shortlist of candidates - Starting conversations - Setting up dates Cost: 0 per month Premium Package A 40-hour Vi DA investment of searching for a month’s supply of dates, with a minimum guarantee of 2 dates with pre-approved women every month."The reality is that most people are doing everything wrong," said Scott Valdez, founder of Virtual Dating Assistants."People in general on dating sites need a lot of help." Singles post mirror selfies as profile pics. Or they simply don't put in the time and effort necessary to get results.Valdez, 30, was an active and Plenty of Fish user himself. "It took a lot of patience to figure out what people responded to," said Valdez, who was working for a startup in Atlanta at the time.But as work picked up ("I was working 60 hours a week," he said), he had less time to date online.Although Tech Crunch editor Michael Arrington recently posted an April Fool’s joke about hiring a matchmaker to find him a wife, matchmaking services are becoming an alternate (and pricier) way to find a mate (think Millionaire Matchmaker).