Will rich men have a hard time getting the good girls (see description)?

Suppose a rich man wants a good girl for a life companion and not a low quality girl, that these millionaires are obviously buying like Andrew Tate and those gangster rappers like 6ix9ine did.

And since that category of society values honesty in relationships (some more, some less) there might be a problem when money questions arise.

It is a trick question when these girls ask anything of the nature to determine the finances of the guy "how much approximately do you make", "what do you do for a living" and these sorts of things.

Here's what I think is likely to happen

(1) Truth

The guy responds, saying he makes so much. The risks are (A) she feels inadequate, has probably to compete with other girls and (B) its painting a big target on his back for gold diggers

(2) White lie

The guy responds, saying he makes much less than he actually does and he keeps separate accounts, one of which his wealth and assets are stored but kept secret from her or everybody for that matter. Once she finds out (at random when she catches him maintaining his wealth or by the time they get married or whatever), it'll be considered as much of a lie as anything else rather than a defensive maneuver from his side to avoid the risks mentioned in the Truth option.

(3) Refusal to answer

The guy refuses to answer (within good reason) or gives vague responses in which the girl feels like he is obviously hiding something and she deems him unfit for serious relationships

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So like are the rich guys wanting a good girl screwed? What can a rich man do to circumvent these outcomes on all 3?

Will rich men have a hard time getting the good girls (see description)?
Will rich men have a hard time getting the good girls (see description)?
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