Consistent and timely communication, good judgment in selecting candidates in the first instance, and persistent and targeted follow-up to close the deal with promising matches.
I pour myself a glass of three-day-old white wine and wait for my wing woman to call. Over the course of our near-two-hour phone call she will grill me on everything from my favorite dishes to dating deal-breakers, from the time I was held at gunpoint in Mexico to my affinity for gin martinis.
She lives in Temecula, California, somewhere between Los Angeles and the hyper-conservative, bleach-blonde beaches of San Diego.
Considering that the service costs $160 per month for a guaranteed one to two dates per week, it can be tempting to roll your eyes at the thought of 20-somethings shelling out that kind of cash for something like Wingman.
After all, it takes a pretty niche startup to make The League look laid-back. They had nearly 20 customers at the end of a hardly-advertised two-month test run, and since launching their site on August 7, they’ve steadily recruited a selective handful of new clients into their portfolio each day.
Vi DA did it all for me, even setting me up the dates with the kind of women I REALLY wanted to meet!
They took the time to truly get to know me, and the communication and follow up was spot on. From my dedicated “wingwoman” to the skilled writers, this is a very competent and professional operation.
Vi DA absolutely blew me away with their level of service.
Bottom line: you have no idea how much time you waste searching, emailing, winking, etc.
Today I came across two good friends, guy and girl, living in New York City and single.
They decided, why not try dating one another for 40 days and they are blogging about the…
What “J” and “B” will tell you is that during their four years at the University of Pennsylvania (well, they’ll share the name of their alma mater), J was the de facto “smooth talker” amongst their group of friends. B did all right with the ladies in person, but when it came to texting, he’d quickly grow frustrated at his inability to master the nuances of what he saw as an impersonal medium for romantic communication.