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Li Jian, a 29-year-old bank manager, was among the 32 single men and women gathered at a nondescript cafe in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen for a recent speed-dating event hosted by a local company called Little Dates.

Li has precisely eight minutes to check out each potential mate, and is optimistic that, by the end of the four-hour exercise, he will walk away with one.

Aside from matchmaking, these sites also offer online classes in which so-called professionals coach people on social and flirting skills.

On Baihe, another top matchmaking site, a set of 18 audio clips on “How to land the girl of your dreams in seven days” is available for 298 yuan.

“She is slim with curves in all the right places, constantly smiling everywhere and anytime, and her entire body gives off an artistic aura,” one description reads. When you speak to her, her eyes blink at you,” another says. One woman reportedly asked Zhenai for a refund after she paid more than 100,000 yuan and met six candidates, but was still not able to find the man of her dreams – a millionaire.

Desperate times calls for desperate measures, however, and many single people are willing to pay such sums to find love.

Last year, an operator of an app based in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong was reportedly raided for swindling 300 million yuan by creating fake accounts of female users with sexy profile pictures.

Using these accounts, the company sent automated messages to hit on male users, charged them money to continue the conversation, and cajoled them into buying gifts.

“Some girls, after chatting for a while, will start asking you for money,” says Zhang, a 24-year-old, one of the participants at the Little Dates event, who also declined to give his full name.

Another matchmaking site, in the eastern Chinese province of Anhui, went to even greater lengths before being shut down by authorities last year.

It charged 2,599 yuan for a three-month membership, then got employees to pose as potential partners, text users online and go out with them on dates.

The service doesn’t come cheap – prices start at 18,000 yuan (US,850) and can go up to 100,000 yuan.

Jiayuan, a rival matchmaking site, refines the profiles of paid members, but to the extent that they sound too good to be true.

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