What do stars like Harry Styles (27), Channing Tatum (40), Emilia Clarke (34) and Sharon Stone (63) have in common? They have all searched for love on the Raya dating app before. Digital Singles Exchange works in a similar way to Tinder – with one major difference. It is only for the rich and famous in this world.
Before you can sign up for the app, Raya employees really check how famous and successful you are. Because a one-on-one exchange should remain exclusive. According to the Daily Mail, only eight percent of all applicants survive the difficult Raya exam. In total, there should only be around 10,000 users in the world. There are currently 100,000 more people on the waiting list.
Screen shots are threatened with expulsion
Once you become a member of Raya, you need to be careful to stay that way. Because privacy is very important here. Even if you reveal on your social media profile that you use Raya, you could be fired. Also, no one who takes a screenshot of a member’s chat or photo will still be.
Surprisingly, despite the large number of users, the price for a Raya membership is relatively humane. According to an anonymous user, you only have to pay six pounds (about 7.60 Swiss francs) a month to flirt with Matthew Perry and other stars.
Instead of getting one profile suggestion after another like on Tinder, you can also see all Raya members from the start. So you can see who works for you. But there is still an obstacle. Before you can write to each other you still have to “match.” So both sides should show interest before flirting. You can match internationally, there are no restrictions on the site. No wonder: most of Raya’s customers own a private jet.
During the Corona crisis, Ria became more famous than ever with the stars of this world, according to the anonymous user – they are no different from regular humans on Tinder. A Raya expert complains: “The number of obsessed footballers whose roof fell on their heads has exploded.” (to talk)