If you're attempting to get a date online (hey it's the 21st century people, there ain't no shame in it!) it may be time for an online makeover. Or at least that's what the New York Times seems to think. The Times reported that businesses like Dating-Profile.com and ProfileHelper.com are helping people seeking love online by spicing up their profiles on dating Web sites with a little sexy appeal and writing the words for you" for anywhere from $39 to $2,000.
Personally, I'm of the camp that thinks having someone else beef up your photos and profile is slightly unethical...but then again, I know we all appreciate our "friend in common" sharing all the best details about us with prospective dates. In this age of Photoshopping and hip-online marketing, do you think it's fair to let a second-party amp up your romantic eligibility?