Related: 3 Secrets to a Better Job and More Money Green attributes the millennial interest to other factors, based on feedback from social networking his company does.

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"After they got married, he found out she was a shopaholic.

He wound up being $60,000 in credit card debt and was working two jobs. Another member, also divorced, joined the dating website after her ex-husband gambled away their savings and amassed a ton of debt.

" According to a recent survey conducted by Wakefield Research for Citigroup, Green was on to something about the importance of financial savvy to a relationship.

More than three out of four Americans in a committed relationship, or 78 percent, prefer a partner who is good with money over one who is physically attractive. These days it's much more attractive to be an 800 than a perfect 10.

"And I started to notice there were similar patterns between the scores and the personalities I would meet.

I just thought, what would happen if people were able to date this way?

I don't always want to have this problem and I know I will overcome it, and this is how I will do it.' " The concept of finding your perfect match via credit score seems to be catching on: Credit Score currently has 35,000 members, up from 15,000 in 2013.

And while many are divorcees looking to find someone more financially compatible the second time around, nearly 72 percent of the new members in the last 30 days are between the ages of 25 and 34, with men and women nearly equally represented.

"I'm a big proponent of a couple's talking about finances," she said. It still shocks me when I meet married couples who have a hard time talking about it.