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One 20-something “millionheiress” to a family fortune and two 40-something self-made millionaires looking for a perfect 10.

It’s a tall order for certified matchmaker Natacha Noël, who runs Montreal-based date-coaching and matchmaking service Absolute Bachelor Club.

May 25, 2017 Dating has certainly evolved during the last decade or so due to the prevalence of mobile app and online dating sites.

With literally thousands of online dating options available to singles, it’s no wonder many are finding dating in the digital age overwhelming, time-consuming and frustrating.

The Toronto “Meet & Greet” was an open house for anyone — rich or otherwise — but Noël was up front if an applicant wasn’t a match for her millionaires. But Noël will tell you it can be harder if you’re rich — really, really rich.

Her clients pay about ,500 for “date coaching,” and from ,000 to ,000 for a personalized search (like the Toronto open house event).

Being with your special someone is always mesmerizing and soothing.

The group has 780 members, a population that’s doubled since Aimee Buxton, a 30-year-old designer, took over its reins last year. It was the first time Alex had been to an Introvert Social function, and he immediately captured the waitress’s eye.A survey released last week by magazine claims “digital dating,” i.e., contacting someone through Facebook, Linked In or Twitter, has made us more promiscuous, and that 72% of women have snooped around the Facebook page of their boyfriend’s ex.But as we trudge through the throes of winter and become awash in Valentine’s Day hype, singles are now logging off from their online dating sites — and seeking out the social equivalent of comfort food.“I want to meet the man of my dreams in person, and I’d prefer him not to know a whole heck about me based on my profile on Facebook,” says Mika Bareket, owner of The Good Egg, a cookbook shop in Kensington Market that features popular meet-cute evening classes on everything from knife sharpening to wine appreciation 101.“How many of our mothers and best friends tell us to get out there and try things?While some people are able to find their soulmate using these means, many others are frustrated by the lack of results and the time spent sifting through hundreds of profiles and sending endless messages that go nowhere.