A Matrimonial Match Turns Into A Potential Hire

When a matrimonial match is sent to someone, it is either rejected or accepted. However, in a unique case, a matrimonial match was hired by the co-founder of a fintech company called Salt. Udita Paul, the co-founder of Salt, shared a conversation with her father on Twitter. The post soon went viral and garnered more than 12000 likes and 921 people retweeted it.

Ms Paul was sent a matrimonial profile by her father, however, instead of accepting or rejecting the profile, she tried to hire him based on his experience in the fintech sector. She had asked the man to share his profile and resume. Ms Paul shared the conversation with her father after her ‘experimentation with the possible groom.’

She soon posted an update regarding the same. In another Tweet, she said that the candidate asked for a salary of Rs 62 lakhs per annum with an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP). Ms Paul claimed that the company could not afford to pay the candidate. Moreover, she said that her father deleted her Jeevan Saathi (matrimonial website) profile.

Here is the conversation that she shared on Twitter,


Soon Twitter began responding to her tweets,


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References: India Times.

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