You must have a good credit score to be allowed to access this dating app

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The folks at financial platform Neon Money Club think it’s possible.

On Monday, the company announced the launch of a dating app called Score, aimed specifically at people with “good to excellent” creditwhich it defines as scores above 675.

“Financial well-being often takes a back seat,” CEO Luke Bailey said in a statement. Press release Monday. “‘Score’ aims to elevate the debate about financial health, which has been stagnant for decades.”

Your credit score, taken from Equifax, will only be used to verify your eligibility for the app — users won’t be able to see it.

To see if you’re eligible, you’ll need to provide your name, email address, phone number, date of birth, address, and the last four digits of your Social Security number. Score indicates that the information you share will only be used to verify your identity and run an investigation. soft credit check — so don’t worry, it won’t affect your credit score.

If you’re accepted, just swipe left or right, as usual with most dating apps. There is no distinction in the app between users with higher or lower credit scores, so a 680 could in theory correspond to an 800.

Those interested can find more information on the dating app website. Neon Money Club’s terms of service for the app refer to Score as a “contextual experience” and TechCrunch reports it will only be available for around 90 days – so don’t expect it to replace Tinder or Hinge in the long run.

Score joins a list of dating apps and services which aim to match people based on common affinities, such as Farmers Only or Christian Mingle.

Score is also the latest in a line of more exclusive dating apps like Raya and The League which grant entry selectively or charge membership fees. Scoring is currently free.

Some larger dating apps have also started selling premium memberships alongside their free offerings. Tinder, for example, offers three paid membership tiers as well as the $499 per month Tinder Selectwhich allows you to send a message to someone without having to contact them first.

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