Going into its seventh season, the show has gained record-breaking viewership and captured a worldwide following for Stanger.She is known for navigating her business dealings with intense passion, and for those that turn to her for help in the love department, she gives them nothing less than her soul in the quest to find them their perfect match.She has successfully branched out into television and film acting with such appearances as .
An experienced third-generation matchmaker, Stanger founded her company, the Millionaire’s Club, in January 2000.
"I can't do much for women over 45," Stanger said in an interview, "and if they're overweight, it's almost impossible." She told another woman to take off her wig, then suggested she come back after she got hair extensions.
The millionaires and 30–40 potential dates first meet at a cocktail party Stanger hosts called a "VIP mixer", where they mingle and the millionaires get to evaluate the candidates.
Her format has been copied by many other organizations, but none have equaled Patti’s extraordinary success.
Prior to starting the Millionaire's Club, Patti served five years as the Director of Marketing for Great Expectations, one of the oldest dating services in the United States.