Three Day Rule did not get an investment from the Sharks.
Courtesy of threedayrule.com
1. A dating site for upwardly-mobile professionals.
2. Every eligible bachelor or bachelorette is screened, endorsed, and invited to join, so you know you are getting quality dates.
Online dating sites are big business, so you can't blame Val for trying to transition her real-world matchmaking service onto the internet.
But there were a number of issues with her pitch that the Sharks were not able to see past. When the Sharks can't see money, they usually are not interested, unless it's for a special cause - or a cute kid.
With Val, the Big Problem was that her revenue model was based on speculation, not actual data. Additionally, the Sharks felt her competition was too well-established and it was unclear from her pitch what her path was going forward.
I was hoping Daymond would at least ask her out (since she's stil single herself), but he claimed that, just as he would never hire a skinny chef, he would never trust a single matchmaker.