No. Worse, any misrepresentation, misstatement or omission of relevant fact, perjury, fraud, deception, falsification of documents, etc, in any immigration application, interview, supporting documentation, etc. is felony fraud. Payment of any money/benefits to broker or immigrant is illegal. Penalty for marriage fraud is 5 years in prison (can be up to 10 years depending on charges) PLUS $250,000 fine.
You must prove when, where & how you met in person, face-to-face, and document development of a legitimate relationship over time. Meeting through a marriage broker will not pass muster, nor will payments to the broker and/or to the prospective spouse.