Woman shares iconic replies from matches after putting credit score on dating app profile
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One Florida woman may have unlocked the dating cheat-code after getting loads of matches for putting her credit score on her profile. Take a look at some of the 'iconic' replies below:
Dubbed as the 'lowkey the biggest flex ever', TikToker Leah says putting a screenshot of her high FICO credit score on her dating profile got her '17 dates in 30 days'.
For those wanting to get in on the action, a credit score is a three-digit number - usually between 300 and 850 - that basically estimates how likely a person is to pay back a loan. The higher the score, the more money you'll be able to borrow from banks.
And Leah's score is 811, which is bonkers.
Earlier this month she shared a now-viral video of some of the replies she got from men, many of which were 'iconic'.
“I put my credit score in my dating profile and this is what happened,” she explained.
Her responses were brilliant, as one user named Alex wrote: “This is the best thing I’ve ever seen on this app. I’m sold.”
Thomas also replied: “Alright easy. Don’t turn me on so early in the morning.”
“This is sexy,” said a dude named Jake, while someone else replied: “My kinda girl”.
Despite some positivity in the comments section, many viewers were a bit sceptical of the method, as one person wrote: "I did this with my 802 credit score and all I got was a bunch of insecure, broke dudes in my likes."
A second added: "Great way to attract guys that ask you to split the bill."
However, Leah replied: "All of the guys have been super sweet and always paid for the bill!
"Even when I offer to split bills, they usually always say no."
The TikToker also told Newsweek that she has 'always been responsible with my bank account'.
"I think ahead into the future when it comes to money," she said.
"So when I dated guys in the past who blew all their money on pointless things, it bothered me.
"I do find it attractive if a guy has a high credit score because it usually shows that he can be responsible."
Leah added: "So many girls in the comments said they are going to start doing that now.
"I think they should! It's funny and it's different, and I think all my girls out there should start attracting guys in unique and creative ways.
"My girls have so much more to offer than selfies. So if they have good credit or good humour I think they should show it."