WhatsYourPrice Origin Story: Everyone Has a Price™
  • Posted Jun 27, 2019
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How did WhatsYourPrice get its start and how can you get your start on WhatsYourPrice?

WhatsYourPrice Origins

Founder of sister site SeekingArrangement, Brandon Wade was hosting a focus group. How can we better facilitate the start of new relationships? How can we incentivize people to take the first step, make the plunge, and go on the first date? In asking these questions, Wade realized the core concept of WhatsYourPrice — Everyone Has a Price™.

When searching for a potential first date, we all look at a myriad of factors: looks, personality, compatibility. On top of this complicated layer of preferences is the added barrier that comes with any first meeting — will they show up? what will I wear? will this be worth my time?

Everyone Has a Price™

The solution to these complicated questions was born in WhatsYourPrice.com. While the concept may seem sound, how can you use WhatsYourPrice to secure the first date of your dreams?

To ensure that you’re setting yourself up for success, fill out your WhatsYourPrice profile to showcase your best attributes. We all have a complicated matrix that we use to weigh the compatibility of a potential first date. Make sure you’re representing all aspects of yourself — from your profile pictures to your bio — in the most accurate way possible. You don’t need to represent a “perfect” person to ensure first date compatibility, you only need to represent the best version of yourself!

Let the Bid Do the Talking

Once you’ve completed your profile, use the bidding process to even the playing field. Generous members can bid higher to catch the attention of a particularly compatible attractive members, or, discover that compatible matches require lower bids!

Sign up and experiment with the “Everyone Has a Price” concept. How have you used the site successfully? High bids? High compatibility? Share your story in the comments or on social media.

19 Responses to “WhatsYourPrice Origin Story: Everyone Has a Price™”

  1. Haley says:

    I want to be a women! Starting MD in 2020 at 21 years old! Want to get out there in the dating world

  2. Resolute1 says:

    I was a member of SeekingArrangement and did not care for the site. Most of the women were simply money grubbers. I have not made a final judgment about WhatsYourPrice, but it is not looking very good. On 12/6/2018 at 7:11 AM I purchased a “100 Credit Package” for $50. The first member I contacted accepted my $50 bid for a date but failed to follow through, because in her mind I was not rich enough for her 62 year-old self. So I wasted 15 of my 100 credits on that no good member. I let WYP know but they were not interested. So I deactivated my account until this week. So what happened to my remaining 85 credits? WYP is giving me the run-a-round, even though I have my receipt showing I bought and paid $50 for a “100 Credit Package”. I even have my transaction reference #3277330. So I filled out a ticket and was told “premium members” get served first. I don’t recall anything about “premium members” when I joined. So at this point it looks like WYP is trying to steal my remaining 85 credits. I guess I need to write to the Federal Trade Commission. I need my 85 credits to unlock a pending conversation. I am on this site looking for a wife. And the 39 year-old lady I want to unlock wants a LTR. The only obstacle is WYP cheating me out of 85 credits that I bought and paid for, see transaction reference #3277330.

    • Beth T. says:

      Try reporting it to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Their office was gutted by the newest admin but they can still help you.

  3. Mike says:

    I want to fuck!

  4. Dana says:

    I tried other dating sites, but this one really pays off! I’ve gotten to date some terrific men who are both genuine and generous. However, there are so many dirty old men who just want sex. I don’t mind having sex with my dates if the date goes well and I’m attracted to them, but just because you pay for my time on a date does NOT entitle you to a sexual act. Be a GENTLEMAN and you will find the affection and attention that you’re looking for. Be a prick and that’s all you’ll be, all alone.

    • Lex says:

      I hear you Dana, like you I’ve gotten into really good dates where we talk, laugh, share our views on different topics and if there’s chemistry we’ve gotten pretty close (My rule of thumb is no s3x in the 1st date). But I’ve also found liars (use pictures form 15 ys ago), gold diggers (they want the money upfront and then they act like they have a stick up they butt for 45 minutes and leave), and the professional SDs who 30 minutes into the date start talking about allowances of $5k like they are it. I guess it’s part of being in the play-field.

  5. Kevin says:

    I won’t to be y to get payed how much is the cost

  6. David says:

    I have a question about if you get bids from females that are in another state how am I supposed to make that date work. I get bids from ladies that are not in Oregon but I don’t know if they’re visiting or how I’m supposed to actually follow through it would just be a waste of credits to talk to them. Any thoughts.

  7. Old man says:

    I am getting offers from all across the country hundreds of miles from my location. Why? Are these simply fakes to get you to spend your credits! Thsnks

  8. Brianna says:

    I can’t send message please what’s wrong?

  9. Lex says:

    I always let the lady choose the bid by asking for her price, in my profile I state I’m not looking for z3x on the 1st date but to get to know the person and find out if we’re compatible, when they come back with $150+ bids I always go down to $49. If they take the time to read my profile and are not just money grabbers they’ll find out why. That weeds out the serial daters and gold diggers so it works like a charm. I’ve had mixed results in the site. I’d dated a couple of cuties and one in particular we got pretty close but then she moved out of state. I’m still active and looking.

  10. Grace says:

    Friends with Benefit needed, Won’t mind Sex on the first date.

  11. Amador says:

    Brian Wade is known to be a shister. Both these websites are filled with junk and ppl misrepresenting themselves. He never removes fake profiles or escorts wannabes. One will pretty much loose money on his sites since the design is for you to loose money not meet people

    • G H M says:

      On spot Amador. 95% of the dating sites are inundated with fakes. When reported, seldom if ever does admin remove the profile. Many even have bots running around.
      Just like society overall ppl have absolutely no morals or ethics.
      I “hit” on about 25% of the females I contact. Seldom am I proactive and 99% of the time the female contacts me. I generally respond with a nice complimentary reply and a “flirty” teaser. Usually 75% never follow up with a reply.
      It’s like they really don’t care how many credits I use to contact them. Just total rudeness. They were never taught manners by their parents AND it’s getting worse.

  12. Tim says:

    Credits are wayyyy too expensive!

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