Woman adds credit score to dating profile to attract men and is shocked by reaction
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Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@spreadsheetshan
People have been left conflicted over the results of a woman putting her credit score on her dating profile.
However, TikToker Spreadsheet Shan, certainly has nothing to hide, taking the test to find she has an 'excellent' credit score of 804. The range of 'Excellent' being from 761 to 850. It's alright for some...
But what did the men on Hinge think of her including the screenshot on her profile?
The TikToker uploaded a selfie, teasing: "Added my credit score to my Hinge profile and here's how it went."
She then revealed ten responses she received from potential dates.
The first response - from a user named Aaron - simply reads: 'All I needed to see. Drinks next Thursday?"
"Holy s**t marry me," the second - Kai - says.
The third user, named Michael, wrote: "Hahaha. Great flex."
Fourth sees Jeremy get really over-excited, writing: "I am aroused."
"I'm cracking tf up," Griffin - screenshot number five - said.
Will followed suit with finding humour in Shan's profile: "Lmao I have never seen this on here. Respect though."
Another user claimed to also be in the '800 club,' while the eighth, ninth and tenth didn't try and steal Shan's limelight and simply expressed their awe. Although, by awe, I mean pretty standard guy comments such as, 'Hot' and 'Woah'.
Inspiring stuff - I would probably swipe left on if I was Shan, although the TikToker notes she only added her credit score to her profile for 'research purposes only'.
However, women have flooded to Shan's post, conflicted over whether putting your credit score on your dating profile is actually a good way to help find your perfect match.
One TikTok user said: "My credit is 829 but I feel like that would attract all the broke guys."
"Girl if they saw my credit score I'd be blocked," another joked.
A third wrote: "I feel like this is a red flag on their end."
And a final suggested an idea, which received over 500 likes, with their post reading: "There should be a dating app that analyzes your banking apps and matches you with financially compatible people."
The final person's suggestion is along the lines of what Shan was hoping to achieve with her 'research'.
She told Buzzfeed: "I had the idea of adding my credit score to my Hinge because I wanted my profile to stand out and attract guys with similar priorities. I felt like a guy that would find my credit score impressive, would also be someone that prioritised his finances."