WATCH: Wealthy Businessman Featured on 'Millionaire Matchmaker' Arrested 1. A profile photo is often your first impression of a potential suitor, but they don't always give an accurate representation of what the person looks like now. "When they take a picture of the picture of a fuzzy, it's 20 years old."2. According to Stanger, it pays to bypass the fun stuff and get straight to business in terms of being upfront about what you're after in the long term. "Three apps is really good, but if you have the downtime and you can afford to do five, go for it," she said. "Recently a guy came to get me and he wanted me to come to his house, and he wasn't taking no for an answer," she said.
"Talk about what you really want -- what you are looking for," Stanger said. "You got to take every action you possibly can to find true love."4. "I'm not a fan of that."See photos of Patti Stanger: NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 27: TV personality Patti Stanger attends AOL Build Presents - Patti Stanger From The WE TV Series: 'Million Dollar Matchmaker' at AOL Studios In New York on June 27, 2016 in New York City.
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Stanger brings 30 years of relationship and dating expertise to WE tv as a television personality, author, blogger and the founder and CEO of Millionaire’s Club and Patti Matchmaking was in her family, but no one ever did it as a business.Stanger took her talents to another level, developing the Millionaires Club and she has agencies all over the country.This new union is a significant next step in solidifying WE tv’s standing as the premier destination for unscripted relationship programming. Stanger will serve as the executive producer and producer on a new WE tv series to be announced soon and will executive produce a second project that she has developed and which WE tv will pilot later this year.“Patti has built her brand and reputation on bringing people together and that’s exactly in line with the brand we’ve cultivated at WE tv,” said Marc Juris, WE tv’s president.In the past, Patti Stanger has fixed up celebrities including Jonathan Cheban, Don Swayze, Chris Manzo, and Madison Hildebrand on her show, but this time, she fixes up a ton of stars and one of them even proposes.