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A New York woman has confessed to signing up for the online dating service because she was going into debt and wanted free food the dates would provide her.

Going on five dates a week she “made” up to 00 a month. character Minerva Mc Gonagall thanks to the fury her story caused, was perfectly happy to share her story.

“Before I barely had enough money to pay for food,” she told Business Insider.

“After using I found I wasn’t going into debt anymore.” The woman wasn’t going into debt anymore because men were purchasing one meal a day for her.

“Her k salary was not enough and she needed at least an extra 0 a month and sometimes ,000 to pay her credit card bills and afford her ,475 a month apartment in Murray Hill,” writes BI.

“Then she discovered Match.com– the perfect site for a broke 23-year-old.” Her plan involved eating out five nights a week using a rotation of different men from Match and made it a rule not to go out on more than five dates with the same man.

She quickly had men buying her not just food but alcohol, even a 0 bottle of champagne on one date.

“[She] went from easily spending 0 a month on dinners alone to having someone else dole out an average of -plus per night,” writes BI.

“She also stopped eating lunch and opted for a light breakfast to save even more.” They point out that it cost a month to subscribe to Match but that the amount she saved thanks to the dates made up for it.

In her own words, “I mean, a guy buys me three drinks at a pop and that right there made up for my Match fee.” The woman learned about the advantages of online dating thanks to a roommate and soon her and another rooomate were doing the same.

“We made ground rules,” she said, going so far as to make spreadsheets about the men who took them out and what they received from them. You may have your own rules when it comes to dating but can we all agree this is reprehensible behavior for someone of any gender?