GoldDigger: Pre-Prenup Protection

Posted on January 18, 2008
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After successfully raising $10 million for blackmailr and pocketing my 5% finder’s fee, I’ve decided to help a new startup raise a small angel round. Why do this when I’m only going to earn a $25,000 finder’s fee? Because this startup is near and dear to my heart and truly has the potential to make the world a better place.

The Problem

Modern society’s wealth boom has created a significant problem for wealthy men: an increasing number of women desire nothing more than to date and marry them solely for their assets. According to Prince & Associates, a Connecticut-based wealth-research firm, nearly two-thirds of women are “very” or “extremely” willing to marry for money.

While “gold diggers” have preyed on successful men throughout history, the relatively recent increase in the prosperity found around the globe has minted new legions of highly-desirable eligible bachelors at the same time as an increasingly materialistic culture has conditioned larger numbers of women to seek out men who can provide them with more than just a comfortable lifestyle. A growing number of women expect and demand expensive gifts from their boyfriends and husbands, including but by no means limited to such things as diamond jewelry, designer fashion and luxury automobiles. As the punk band Good Charlotte sings in their song Boys and Girls, “Girls don’t like boys, girls like cars and money…The girls with the bodies like boys with Ferraris.”

Most disturbingly, given ill-conceived divorce laws, it is common for men who have worked hard to earn their fortunes to lose much of it to women who had every intention of taking advantage of them. Case in point: of women who would marry for money, 71% of those in their twenties expected to get divorced. Of course, these are the most appealing women to a wealthy man, and as Russ Alan Prince, Prince & Associate’s founder, states, “For these women, it’s just another step on their journey to the good life. They want to be paid what they think they’re worth and then move on.” At the expense of the men they marry, of course.

While a number of online and mobile services, such as PlayerBlock, have launched to assist women in avoiding “players,” the emotional damages caused to a female who has fallen victim to a player pale in comparison to the economic damages caused to a male who has fallen victim to a gold digger.

The Solution

GoldDigger is the first company dedicated to providing a comprehensive technological solution to the problem of gold diggers. GoldDigger offers a robust online and mobile solution that enables men to:

GoldDigger is committed to providing a sophisticated protection platform for wealthy men. Advanced offerings include:

The following screen shot displays reviews of a known gold digger in Los Angeles:

The following screen shot displays a GoldDigger analysis that supplies useful data about the extent of a known gold digger’s activities:

The following screen shot displays a review accessed through a WAP-enabled mobile phone:

Business Model

GoldDigger has a simple business model:

GoldDigger estimates that it will sign up 10,000 paying clients in its first year of operation and that approximately 2,000 of these clients will leverage the company’s GoldDigger Search & Destroy and GoldDigger to Go applications. By year three, GoldDigger anticipates that it will have at least 50,000 paying clients.

Distribution Strategy

GoldDigger plans to market its offerings via:

Exit Strategy


GoldDigger seeks $500,000 in funding for technology development. The company anticipates that this will enable it to launch a solid beta product within three months.

Who I’m Pitching

. He and hopefully he will have one before he gets victimized by an HB 10. GoldDigger also wants to give him the opportunity to do a commercial (to be posted on Vimeo?) where he states “I’m not only an investor, I’m also a client!” just as the distinguished president of Hair Club for Men the fact that he was not only the president of the company but also a client.

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3 Responses to “GoldDigger: Pre-Prenup Protection”

  1. Ben Strackany on January 18th, 2008 1:05 pm

    Plus you’ll be able to strike a membership rev-share deal with sites like by funneling “outed” golddiggers into their waiting arms. I can feel the synergy from here.

  2. Drama 2.0 on January 20th, 2008 2:30 am

    Not a bad idea. Right now I manually introduce the gold diggers I personally meet to guys who think they’re my friends but who I really see as competitors (or annoyances).

  3. Stanley Miller on January 21st, 2008 8:26 pm

    Sir, economically speaking there may be unintended consequences to your client’s scheme. You see, Gold-diggers, as parasitic as they are, provide a natural re-balancing service to the economy. When they’re not stuffing their noses with krell, Gold-diggers as you’ve noted are big spenders and all those handbags, shoes, and jewelry transactions serve to redistribute surplus capital gains back into circulation.

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