"I'm Sibel, and I'm 27. Originally, my family is from Turkey. I'm a huge marathon runner. But even more than that I love traveling."
Having read that, you know as much about Sibel as Steven did before meeting her. Only he didn't meet her at the start of a blind date facilitated by a typical dating website -- he flew her to Cabo for the weekend.
Sibel lives in New York City. Steven, 31, is a financial advisor in San Diego. They ended up in idyllic Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, thanks to a website called Misstravel.com that "matches generous travelers with attractive travel girls (or guys)."
As the parenthesis suggests, most of the "generous" are men -- doctors, lawyers, athletes -- and most of the "attractive" are women. The men pick up the tab for the whole trip.
Was Steven worried about locking himself into being with (and paying for) someone he didn't know?
"I was concerned about that, but I figured, why not?" he told "20/20" co-anchor Chris Cuomo.
After her 10-hour trip, Sibel expressed some nervousness.
"The butterflies are kicking in," she said. "I'm meeting someone I've never met before in a different country. For a first date. The whole entire weekend."
After Sibel knocked on Steve's hotel-room door, the awkward meeting was soon eased by margaritas.
"Cheers to Cabo," said Steve.
"To possibilities," Sibel added softly.
Soon after, the pair stripped down and hit the water.
That night Steve and Sibel shared a private dinner on the beach. The conversation was the only sign this wasn't a honeymoon but a blind date.
"I'm not talking anymore until you say something," Steve said.
They stayed in separate bedrooms and the next day, Steven took Sibel sailing on a 52-foot yacht. They flirted, and later kissed on the bow of the boat a la "Titanic."
Sibel describes herself as a hopeless romantic and is clearly hoping something more serious results from this Cabo vacation. But critics say Misstravel.com is just a high-flying escort service.
A browse through the site's 100,000-plus profiles turns up a few people hoping to find Mr. or Mrs. Right, but also millionaires -- old and young -- looking for "no-strings-attached fun" and girls seeking financial support.
Brandon Wade, Misstravel.com's founder, rejected the characterization of the site as offering prostitution opportunities.
"The generous guy is responsible for paying for the trip ... but there's no payment of the other person," he told Cuomo.
At the bottom of the homepage it says Misstravel.com is "strictly an online dating website. Escorts are not welcome."
Wade said he sees no problem with people who meet on the site having sex, with one key exception.
"I'm O.K. with it, as long as it's a few months of a relationship," Wade said, "but if it's a one-hour arrangement, I'm actually not ok with that."