Love & Money: Instagram-savvy millennials try to attract dates by flaunting their social status on Bumble and Tinder

Singles are selling themselves short on dates by bragging about their social status and wealth.

While swiping on the dating app Bumble, Laurann O’Neill, 26, found someone who caught her eye — for all the wrong reasons. He was 23, attractive and obnoxious.

Evan referred to himself as an entrepreneur. His dating profile featured a photo of himself popping a bottle of champagne on a boat. His perfect first date was “Jumping on a private jet with no destination.” Another photo showed him and a friend casually reclining on a private jet.

‘I have my skydiving license, I’ve totaled a brand new Lamborghini Aventador, I personally know the royal family of Luxembourg.

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