Though this is presented as some sort of crazy high-maintenance deal-breaker, or a roadblock in the way of true love, it’s actually pretty practical.
(I mean, think of all the times you wrote someone off immediately for wearing flip-flops or dropping the word “wanderlust.”) And, “a man’s credit score has nothing to do with his income,” finance expert Lynnette Khalfani-Cox explained.
But by 2008, things got very treacherous, and it started to make a lot more sense.
And we started to get a lot more members.” Green even has a book coming out next month called“Credit Score Dating: The Phenomenon/The Sexiness of Credit.” There is some evidence to back up the notion of creditworthiness as 21st-century kindling for romance.
That means they want the nitty-gritty details of what mashing their lives together might mean — before they make an emotional or legal commitment."On these profiles, you see people standing in front of their fancy car or talking about their fancy vacation.