The “most swiped right man” on Tinder says he’s using Chat GPT and AI tech to help “genetically non-blessed people” find love – and recommends singletons always video call before a first date, send a fun first message and only use photos of themselves on their profiles.
Stefan-Pierre Tomlin, 32, is a model and claims dating “has never been a hard task” as meeting women “comes easily to him”.
In 2017, it was revealed he was the ‘most swiped man’ on dating app Tinder.
Now he is using his dating prowess and the power of AI to coach the unlucky in love and help them reach romantic success - like a real life Hitch.
Through his site, Celebrity Love Coach, single men can pay a subscription starting from £45 to £120. Stefan claims he will help lead them to have more successful matches with suitors online.
The service includes photo editing to ‘subtly tweak’ pictures and ChatGPT and AI to write attractive dating profiles and messages - claiming “it’s not cheating”.
Stefan, a model and pilot, from Cuffley, Hertfordshire, said: “Think of it as Viagra for your social profile - apart from my results come in hard and fast.
“You will go from no dates to full diaries. Every man deserves a better roll of the dice - it’s not cheating, it’s evening out the playing field.
“You use a dishwasher to make your home life easier - my clients use AI and our training to make their dating lives more for a fulfilling, long-lasting connection.
“Look at men like Andrew Tate selling a false dream to impressionable young minds. I’m selling a real solution - a bespoke plan of action that uses machines to correct your dating fault.
“It’s not cheating, it’s giving back power to the less fortunate.”
Stefan compares photo editing and using AI technology to Instagram filters and filler.
He said: “We change people’s pictures and bespoke their bios. Most people say it’s catfishing - it’s not.
“It’s like if a girl puts a photo on Instagram using a filter or if she gets Botox or filler.”
Stefan doesn’t just coach online and offers men the full “Hitch” experience - where he meets clients and teach them the art of dating.
He recommends singletons always video call before a first date, send a fun first message and only use photos of themselves on their profiles.
He said: “Your first message should be a fun open question not just ‘hey’. Don’t have anyone else in your profile pictures - you don’t want people to have to play a game of ‘Where’s Wally?’.
“You should include photos of your hobbies - not just photos of you drinking and clubbing - that doesn’t attract the right demographic.”
Stefan also warns of men simply looking for one night stands and urges them “to treat others how they want to be treated”.
“You shouldn’t meet someone just to sleep with them straight away, you should try and find out more about them to see if you’re compatible,” Stefan said.
He also explains how to use Tinder plus to move your pin and choose a location that will suit what you are looking for.
He said: “If you wanted to meet a pilot, you could move your pin to the Virgin Atlantic lounge of LAX and write something related in your bio.”
According to the dating coach, out of the 45 men he has helped in the last two months, 32 have successfully dated.
He added: “I am giving un-genetically blessed people a hidden advantage in the dating game. My AI prompts and training can turn any guy from zero to hero.”
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