And while many are divorcees looking to find someone more financially compatible the second time around, nearly 72 percent of the new members in the last 30 days are between the ages of 25 and 34, with men and women nearly equally represented."This age group is becoming our strongest demographic," Green said, explaining that initially the site primarily attracted males in their late 40s and 50s.The credit management expert also believes that "at least 50 percent of credit reports have errors. Related: Sticking to Financial Goals Helps Your Health Sussman agreed, telling the story of one of her clients who is deep in student loan debt from medical school and can't pay her bills."She's out there dating and very nervous about how men are going to deal with this," she said.
Recent studies have shown more and more young people are inquiring about a potential mate’s financial situation before they get into a serious relationship. Banks, landlords, insurance companies, employers and even Internet providers have been relying on this three-digit calculation to measure a person's character and decide if they want to take a risk on you. That's just what Niem Green, founder and CEO of Credit Score Dating.com, thought when he launched his dating website in 2006 after working for a number of years as an underwriter for a bank.