You're lonely. You're single. Those are all the qualifications you need, along with $750, to score the fake virtual girlfriend of your dreams. Thanks to Fake Internet Girlfriend, shelling out $750 bucks provides a phony Facebook account for your special, nonexistent lady, plus two phone messages (no, you won't actually be speaking with her, and 10 text messages, all to prove that you're not flying solo. But why? Apparently a dude's needs for such a service may be to make employees think you are in a relationshop because employers seem to favor a guy in a relationship. While the cost may seem hefty, as the female-owned and operated site points out, "It would cost you way more... to have a real girlfriend."