Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) — A new online dating service, BailoutLove.com, was launched today to help scorned, but rich CEOs, find love. Many big company CEOs became rich from government bailouts and taxpayer money, but they are poor when it comes to love.BailoutLove.com changes all that by bringing the world of online dating to the biggest moneymakers in the world.Many online dating services have a “send a smile” or “send an email” feature to let people know you’re interested in them.At BailoutLove.com, you express an interest in a CEO with the “Send a Bonus” feature which allows you to send money to a CEO to express your interest.BailoutLove.com is being funded by the U.S. Government’s Oversight Committee.“It was a major oversight on our part that these companies and their CEOs got out of control,” said the Chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. “We hope through BailoutLove.com that they’ll find a partner that can tame them to be normal humans.”Several profiles already appear on the site, including one from a CEO who compares himself to Batman because he’s very rich and now wears a mask whenever he goes out in public.“The launch of BailoutLove.com doesn’t surprise me,” says Joe Tracy, publisher of Online Dating Magazine (http://www.onlinedatingmagazine.com) who says there are online dating services for everything these days, including ones that match Klingons. “The only thing these CEOs are missing is love. They have money; they have lawyers; they have private planes; but they don’t have love.BailoutLove.com may be their last hope.”For their part, CEOs say they are misunderstood. As one CEO said in his profile on BailoutLove.com, “I’m really a nice guy. When I laid off 3,600 workers last month, I made sure each got a severance package equaling one month of pay. That’s the type of guy I am – always thinking of others first.”BailoutLove.com launched on April 1, 2009 and already has three members. The site can be reached at http://www.bailoutlove.com.