I know a little bit about this having emigrated to find a wife in Poland, 6 years ago.
I met a number of women but didn't go further than a second date as they were not aligned with what I wanted from my future life. After maybe 10 fruitless dates, I met what I would come to understand was an exceptional woman.
My first date was to an expensive steak restaurant, because I felt like steak that evening, I was quite proud and obnoxious in those days. Having western 'money' I could do anything. My Polka said that she couldn't match what I had done for the first date, and insisted that she would prepare a picnic and take me to a beautiful botanical garden for our second date, she inquired in advance as to what I liked to eat and if I wanted red or white wine. She prepared a bounty of delicious food and we spent all morning and afternoon together. This *impressed* me a lot.
We had many dates after that and the subject of money never once raised its head, apart from suggesting that a birthday gift etc etc was too expensive and I didn't need to do this. Sure I splurged some cash on some dates, like a trips to the gun range, and a foreign trip to meet my family for my brothers wedding - but this was all my choice and *never* suggested, much less demanded. Her dates were rich in thought and effort, like our visit to Swiebodzin to see Christ the King.
We ended up getting married in a simple close family ceremony and have been blessed with three wonderful children since then. Now we are working to develop up a small farm we purchased to live a more simple and humble life away from the western rot that's infecting the cities of Poland.
If a woman indicates a transactional nature in advance, she is very unlikely to make a good supportive wife. Conversations should early on involve the subject of marriage, family, and a relationship with God. So my advice as a very happy and satisfied man, albeit tired most of the time, is 100% skip any woman who is materialistic or telegraphs financial expectations.