Kelleher International

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Kelleher International.......Rude employee
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I am a highly successful business owner, above average pretty and a socialite.....a sought after one I might add. I was pursued by an employee until I gave her some honest feedback from a prior customer who paid $100,000 for their elite services. she asked me why I had not called her back and I told her about this former client who had a terrible experience......my reason for not calling her back. she then very rudely said to me "how do we even know if we want you? "we have not even seen your pictures" I happily sent my pictures......I looked great! she then sent an email (no call this time) saying that they had a waiting list for women my age! mind you that before I gave her the honest feedback from this former client, she knew my age. when I wrote to her asking her how long the waiting list would be she never responded! how rude. to the owners, I am a successful business owner as you both are. you should never have someone like her in your employ. I cannot mention names but not a good image for the two of you who look real.
     
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Anonymous on 2010-09-08:
Huh??
Anonymous on 2010-09-08:
Yeah.
Starlord on 2010-09-09:
Exactly what kind of business are we talking about here, and is it legal in only a few places? I have never seen one person who thinks so highly of themselves ever live up to their hype.
Anonymous on 2010-09-09:
It appears to be a dating service for people who don't know what else to spend their money on.
Anonymous on 2010-09-09:
$100,000 for their "elite" services. They must be very good at whatever it is they do--and very selective too. I would keep the $100,00 and either try to meet someone on my own, or stay single. You may be happier spending time with yourself.
Anonymous on 2010-09-09:
100 large would keep me happy for a long time in the field that these ladies are in.
Anonymous on 2010-09-09:
100,000 for a dating service? I'd rather date myself then.
Anonymous on 2010-09-09:
LOL @ Judge and wally.
clutzycook on 2010-09-09:
Wow, imagine $100,000 lying around to spend on a matchmaking service?
MRM on 2010-09-09:
I prefer Craigslist, which are free.
Slimjim on 2010-09-09:
I consider myself a "successful" business owner (and above average pretty) too. What I can't see myself doing is posting negative info on the net about another company that I have never even done business with. Talk about an invitation for bad karma. I also would probably be attentive to how my letter was written to assure it was in line with my disclosed success.
shootingstar1284 on 2010-09-09:
Sounds kind of like that show Millionaire Matchmaker... and I'm pretty sure even that service costs less than that, something like a $10k deposit to be considered and then a fee. Is it possible they waitlisted you because they already knew you were not interested in using the agency? Otherwise, the only thing I can say is the one time I did watch the matchmaker show, the men all wanted much younger women, even if an older candidate closer to their age was just as good looking, so that may be why they waitlisted you. Has nothing to do with your looks (which are a very subjective trait, btw).
PepperElf on 2010-09-09:
I'm just trying to figure out what the OP wants here.


According to her letter... she's already sought after, and didn't want to do business with them anyway because she knew someone else who had a bad experience.


so... why even send them photos?


it's a bit like sending in a credit application to a bank you dislike... when you already have enough credit.
citygirl2010 on 2010-11-02:
Golly, what kind of successful business owner AND socialite can't write a complete sentence with punctuation, and maybe even spelling? Sounds like Miss Perfect Catch could be the problem. I'm no socialite and would not go as far as to say I'm a perfect 10, and yet the folks at Kelleher have treated me very well. Furthermore, there are levels of service and membership that start around $10,000. If yore going to malign a business at least get your facts straight.
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