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A membership costs for 6 months, unless you’re a full-time student. If you live in Canada or the state of Washington, Georgia, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, or Florida, your membership fee is waived. Once you’re approved for membership, you can browse short profiles of members.After passing a thorough screening of your Facebook profile and other background checks, the team sends quality prospects a personal invite.Women are required to have a college degree, and men are required to have a degree from a top-tier university.According to the site’s founder, the list of acceptable schools is based on top 50 colleges and universities, top 15 liberal arts schools, and top international schools. Women pay around per month to use the site, which includes unlimited messaging to any user. Instead, men pay a one-time fee to join, and must pay one “Spark” (worth approximately ) for the first message they send to each woman.According to the site, charging men per message “increases the quality of interactions,” and prevents women from being barraged with “Hey, what’s up” type icebreakers.