This is what I found on FOXNEWS.COM:

Got any single friends? Meet Jeff Gebhart. He’s single and he’s looking for his soulmate. Instead of using dating apps, which he has certain issues with, he’s decided to take a different approach.

He’s willing to pay someone a $25,000 referral fee for helping him find his next girlfriend.

Gebhart, from Kansas, launched a website to help with his quest, appropriately called The site gives users three options: they can refer a girl to Gebhart, they can nominate themselves (although that makes them ineligible for the referral fee), or they can say that they “like app-based dating,” at which point they are directed to a video response.

On his website, Gebhart, 47, an entrepreneur, says he will pay $25,000 to anyone who can find him a girlfriend. PLUS, he will also make a $25,000 donation to a no-kill dog shelter/charity.

Gebhart writes, “Throughout the years, I’ve established, built, and sold a couple of companies and have enjoyed economic success. However, what really makes any experience enjoyable is the people you get to share it with.”

“Although I’ve been in several long-term relationships, I’ve never been engaged or married and do not have any children,” he says in the lengthy bio, which also includes a video and a large number of personal references.

According to the Terms and Conditions, Gebhart says he will pay the $25,000 in five annual payments of $5,000 each, AFTER the new girlfriend has dated him for a full 365 days.

If the relationship doesn’t last a full 365 days, no money will be paid to the referring person at all.  If the relationship ends after the first year, but before the end of the full payment period, the referring person simply keeps what they have received, but no further payments will be made.

Gebhart’s story is picking up steam on Twitter and on the media.

One Twitter user informs her friend she’s just been nominated… and better come through.

Information provided by FOXNEWS.COM.

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