Divorcee, 50, who met love for her life on Bumble now charges $ 5,000 to manage people’s dating apps
A divorced woman who met the ‘love of her life’ on Bumble at the age of forty has set up a company that helps other lonely singles succeed in dating apps.
Amy Nobile, 50, from New York, is paid $ 5,000 to manage the profiles of her clients, “ghost banter” with their contests and to give sexting consultations for three months – and claim to have 85% success in them help find a partner.
Former PR guru Amy, who grew up outside of Detroit, started working for herself after she became a mother and moved to San Francisco.
She co-authored three books on women’s empowerment with her best friend Trisha Ashworth, and the couple also founded a jewelry company and wrote a fourth book on reinvention after 40.
Amy Nobile, 50, from New York, is paid $ 5,000 to manage the profiles of her clients, “ghost banter” with their contests and to give sexting consultations for three months – and claim to have 85% success in them help find a partner
The last project made her reassess her own life and marriage, and after 20 years she separated from the father of her two teenage children.
Back in the dating game in her forties, Amy remembered how she decided to make finding a partner her “job” as a social experiment.
She said Business insider: “I had heard of some of the apps, but the only source I had were a few single friends who had nothing but negative things to say.”
She went on six dates a day before meeting her current partner – which impressed her friends who had seen less success with different apps and asked her for advice.
Back in the dating game in her forties, Amy remembered how she decided to make finding a partner her “job” as a social experiment
Amy told how she picked up her friend’s phone and let her come in more dates in a month than she had in a year.
Within three months, she launched Love Amy in April 2019 and had 66 clients from around the US between 25 and 75, many of whom were doctors, lawyers, and CEOS.
She juggles no less than seven at a time and has eight iPads on her desk, which means she doesn’t have to log in to her customers’ profiles and mislead location settings.
Many, like them, enter the dating game again after failed marriages and are in their forties and fifties.
Amy performs photo shoots with her clients and helps them choose outfits that make them feel good and show off their characters without making them look ‘too sexy’
Prior to meeting customers, Amy sends them a detailed form to fill in so that they can get an accurate picture of their character and desires.
She also lets them read two self-help books – The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor and Manifesting Made Easy by Jen Mazer – to make sure they give themselves priority.
Amy is not afraid to reject clients who, according to her, are ‘blocked’, spiritually, physically or mentally.
She usually gives them some self-care tips before she urges her to come back as soon as they are “ready.”
Amy juggles no fewer than seven clients at the same time and has eight iPads on her desk, which means she doesn’t have to log in to her client’s profiles and mislead location settings
Amy takes photo shoots with her clients and helps them choose outfits that make them feel good and show off their characters without making them look ‘too sexy’.
She is even known to borrow a neighbor’s dog when needed to make her customers look “friendlier” and encourage people to fall in love with their image.
Amy is always available and spends up to six hours a day on the phone to customers
One of her satisfied customers said that Amy made it manageable to “stay in the game” and helped her post a whole new series of enticing photos after she linked her to a stylist.
Most of her customers hear Amy’s services through word of mouth, because the company has no Facebook page or a particularly large following on Instagram.
Amy is always on call and spends between four and six hours a day on the phone to its customers, offering mid- and post-date coaching and analysis.
“I’m more of a mirror, so people can take a look at who they are, who they want and meet high-quality people,” she told Business Insider.
She says that frequent contact is important for her to establish the ‘vibe’ of her client and to build up a report, which makes it easier for her to pretend to be ‘gantering’ with their potential competitions.
One of her customers said she didn’t see Amy talking about her love interests as “deceit,” because Amy makes it easier to “stay true to yourself.”
‘We have to find a way to communicate our essence, charm and warmth [online]Amy said.
“I am the bridge that combines technology with the energy and the connection of a real relationship … it is this gap that people miss.”
She added: “People are frustrated by technology, but they need it to succeed in love; that dichotomy is a mystery to many people. “