We're home of The Crew, the revolutionary open world driving game set in a realistic recreation of the USA. Our youngest client so far was 20 and our oldest in their mid 80’s.The majority of our clients are based in London and the South East, however, we do also have clients based throughout the world. Q: I’ve heard Drawing Down the Moon described as a matchmaking agency for thinking people, but I’m not an intellectual or academic from an ivory tower university like Oxford or Cambridge – will I be compatible with your members? It is true that we probably have the highest proportion of highly educated members of all the personal dating or matchmaking agencies.However, intelligence is often more important than degree education, and we welcome all Thinking People. Some of our members are Ultra High Net Worth individuals. If the ratio reaches 47% either way, we suspend new membership for that gender until the ratio is increased.''My immediate thought was how quickly can I get out of this?"Manderlay, who is still single one year on, says his only criteria are that women should be ''pretty and fun".''I'm pinning them up like butterflies and exposing them," she says. Not a Porsche I hope."A reply comes zipping back.''A Porsche? Unappealing and geographically ridiculous though most of my suitors are, it's cheering to have them in such large numbers. "A reply comes pinging back."Don't have to — not a problem."Unimpressed, I decide to stonewall him. After a couple of drinks for which he insists on paying, I announce that I have to go — I'm meeting friends for dinner. It's one of those toecurling moments - the fear that one's secret world of internet dating might collide with real life.
“People scrabbling around until they were 50 and then coasting through to retirement,” he said.''Even if you don't find the love of your life, it's a good way of sharpening your instincts," says Rose Gibson, 40.''There's a lovely feeling of spreading your net wide and it forces you to work out what you want in life and what you have to offer."Some, though, are yet to be convinced.''I remember that it felt a bit loserish at the time," says banker Jack Digby, 31, who met his wife on the internet two years ago.''But now many people think the way we met is quite romantic."Others also speak of it in glowing terms.