Millionaires Spend $150K to Find Love

Millionaire matchmaker Amber Kelleher-Andrew helps her rich and powerful clients find their match.
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For the rich, famous, and single a date probably includes at least a pricey dinner for two at some swanky bistro. But how much does it cost them to meet that special someone? Well, if you want a top dating concierge to make sure it's a perfect fit, try a whopping $150,000. You're about to go inside a world of high-end dating where they say the almighty buck can buy you off. Here's ABC's Neal Karlinsky. Reporter: The laughter. Absolutely. Reporter: The wine. That flirty touch. They say money can't buy love. But it turns out for $150,000 you can buy your own personal cupid. I'm a big romantic. Reporter: Marcus John is just one of the successful single men and women willing to pay big to find the one by placing their love life in the hands of this woman. This is amber. Reporter: Meet amber kellehe kelleher-andrews, a professional matchmaker whose clients are a who's who of the rich, powerful, and famous. She's been credited with matching Paula Abdul, Hoda kotb, and bode miller. We'll have some of the biggest names in Wall Street, and then we had lots of movie stars down in L.A. Depending upon whatever industry it is, we tend to have the biggest and the brightest. Do they worry about gold diggers? Not with us. Like when people have big names and they have a lot of reasons to be discreet, to come to Kelleher and us give them a gold digger it just doesn't happen. Reporter: 40% of single Americans say they go online to look for love. But Kelleher international says it's all about people matching people, not computers, an old school approach they've turned into a booming business. And an expensive one for Kelleher's top-of-the-line CEO club service you'll shell out a cool six figures. $150,000 for a matchmaking service. I mean, on some level aren't you embarrassed to ask for that much? There's nothing embarrassing about putting value to what you're paying for. These people go out and spend 250 on a car. They'll go and spend 3 million on a house. A lot of people might look at that and say this is a guy who's paying for guaranteed action. It's not what these guys come for. They can get action on their own. They don't need to pay for action. They're paying for the relationship. Hi. It's Marcus. Reporter: For some busy professionals buying a chance at true love is money well spent. I'm on the road about 220, 250 days a year. Wow. So there isn't any time in any one place. Marc sus a high powered international sports marketing rep. 9:00 in Sao paolo. Reporter: When he's not making big money deals, he's flying planes, racing motorcycles, and surfing. The man who has it all except a woman to share it with. If I may, how much are you paying for this? It's not cheap. Yeah. But again, probably the most important person in your life ultimately. Can you place a price on love? Probably not. Reporter: So he's traveled to the swanky fairmont hotel in San Francisco to meet amber the matchmaker in person. Hi, Marcus. Hi. Nice to meet you. Hello. The primary things are family values, I think it's very important. It's just important because that's the nucleus of it all. Right. I have a strong faith. I think sharing is hugely important. You guys have got to be just sharing buddies all day long. Reporter: Marcus tells amber his ideal life partner has strong faith, an adventurous spirit, and that he prefers women who hail from the pacific islands. Now that amber knows what Marcus is looking for, she can search kelleh Kelleher's database of singles to try to zero in on a match. This is our own software. Reporter: The computer database includes 30,000 eligible men and women. You can get really specific. You can get into height. You can get into weight, hair color, eye color. Reporter: One name that immediately jumps out to us from the list, football star Terrell Owens. A lot of people watch and say are you kidding me? Terrell oh snenz come on, the guy could have any woman he wants. Reporter: She says famous athletes actually have a rough time meeting the right person. They're really good at having Mae one-night stands or having relationships here and there, but when it comes down to having a relationship once they commit to that they're really good about it because they really know how to commit to something. They're trained in that way. Reporter: Amber says thousands of eager singles submit plxs to be placed in her database every month. All right. So if she's close to your height you're fine? Reporter: The lucky few who are accepted pay far less than the top-tier clients but are still subject to extensive background research. One of the things that's different about us, we don't advertise that we're free for anyone. So we don't get the model types that just have kind of like that chip on their shoulder where they think they're beautiful and therefore they should get a rich guy. The women that actually come to us, they're really curious about, you know, how does this process work? I would really like to find a relationship. Reporter: In her database maria kepps catches am err's eye as a possible match for Marcus. Hi. My name is maria. I'm 34. And I work for a non-profit called a place called home in Los Angeles. My mom's also confused why it's so hard for me to find a date. Reporter: But despite amber's background digging team finds these Reece Kaye modeling pictures of maria online. Amber immediately tells Marcus, but he is unfazed. Hello. Reporter: And still wants to keep his date with maria. So nice to meet you. Hello, maria. Hi. My name is Marcus. Hi, Marcus. Are you hungry? Yes. Let's go. Reporter: Unlike a lot of first dates, the chitchat starts flowing immediately. Do you go to the theater? Yes. I love the -- Reporter: Right away we notice the body language. Maria doesn't just push in closer. She touches Marcus on the arm, on the hand. She is not shy. We catch her hand wandering his direction ten separate times in the first 20 minutes. Oh, my gosh. You have the same bracelet? You're kidding me. Wow. That's spooky. I tell you what. Reporter: They even have the exact same bracelet on. It's all smiles as they wrap up. All right. There you go. You look happy. It is nice. Yeah. It's the same. It's the same one. Reporter: After lunch amber wants more than just gossip. She wants details. Whatever you do, you're very good at it. Reporter: We pull Marcus aside to get the lowdown before he has to catch a flight on business. How was it? It was fun. It was fun. We had a lot of things in common. You know, she's very sporty. Very spontaneous. So it's a really fun, you know, hour of a great meal and an hour of conversation. Yeah. How often do you meet someone and it's just one thing after another that you have in common. Are you looking only for those elite very successful guys? I'm looking for that personality is dauntless and passionate about life. Reporter: There certainly doesn't appear to be any shortage of business. Amber claims to have an 80% success rate, including this happy couple. ♪ seen her at their wedding. All credit, they say, to amber and her team. Too soon to say what will happen with Mars and maria. But while money can't buy love it can buy you a lot more dates. If it turns out they're not meant to be, amber will be busy trying again. I'm Neal Karlinsky for "Nightline" in San Francisco. And Marcus and maria tell us they have plans to go on a surfing vacation together in Portugal next month.

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