One man shared that he was on a weight-loss journey and was using his Tinder profile to hold him accountable.
Even so, they were shocked by the number of orders that rolled in.“If you told me two years ago I would make a grand this year off of telling guys what was wrong with their Tinders, I would have laughed in your face,” said Camila Arguello, 22, a college student from Oregon who also works at an advertising company. I did not think this was an actual thing you could do for work."“I say this as a joke but I really do believe it,” she added.
college student wants to choose photos for your Tinder profile.
A blogger wants to rewrite your Bumble bio from scratch.
( has repeatedly profiled pricey services that offer professional headshots or one-on-one coaching.) These are quick and dirty solutions to help the instant-gratification generation get what they want—fast.
Like ordering a Task Rabbit to clean your home or a Postmate to deliver your dinner, you can now hire a 25-year-old in Taiwan to spice up your dating life.