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Even worse, hiding financial problems from your partner will backfire, period.In my book, “The Perils of Cyber-Dating,” I talk about those who are on the courtship campaign trail and who borrow from Visa to pay Mastercard, giving a perception of wealth and financial security that simply doesn’t exist.In creating a dating profile, requires users to disclose where they fall in a range of credit scores.In a drop down menu here are your choices (the higher the score, the better credit risk you are): — 801-850 — 751-800 — 701-750 — 651-700 — 601-650 — 600 or below But the reporting is on the honor system. A study found their top two dating turnoffs are workaholics and bad credit scores.“Bad credit score.Daily says, “Millennials are interested in authenticity.”Daily says part of the reason is millennials have had a tough time finding a job after college.
When a relationship goes through a financial bump on the road, it can be devastating.
The answers are included on each user’s profile, alongside other pertinent dating information like age and hobbies. And which sex is more likely to consider a credit score a major influence in their dating decision? Fifty percent of women said a certain credit score might have them think twice about dating someone, while just 35 percent of men said it would factor into the appeal of a date, according to the latest Bankrate Money Pulse survey, which was conducted April 20-23 by Princeton Survey Research Associates International with a nationally representative sample of 1,000 adults living in the continental U. Here’s some additional data from the survey: — Older millennials (27 to 36) are the most likely to be concerned about credit scores.