The Ideal Match

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This company is a SCAM !!!
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Don't sign any contract with these people. It's simply a rip-off. If you are fat or chubby, then you get maybe the right woman, but if you are intelligent and attractive, forget it.

They promise you everything it takes, thus you sign and PAY. Then you get nothing for that.

The company changed name, it was called "The Right One" before. Now it's called "The Ideal Match" ... but it's the same people, same tricks.

They had many law suits against them regarding "The Right One", and therefore they decided to change name. Maybe they changed their contracts as well, thus it will be even harder for you to fight at the court to get your money back.

Check following websites for more information:

You can also search the web for "The Right One", "KAM Management", "eLove", etc. .... same scam. It's all run by the same owners.


It's the same crew/owners like "The Right One", just a different business model. A company that pretended to provide dating services of high quality, for which of course you had to pay.

Unfortunately I trusted that without doing any web search and I've paid for their services after signing a contract. That contract was over 3 years, and it stated that I would get 10 contacts/dates of ladies who would well suit me, because of their high quality Dating Consultants.

Well, I was embarrasssed to meet someone who was chubby/fat and on top of that had also some mental issues. Their second person wasn't even close to someone that I would ever go out with, not to talk about dating. I was then careful enough to not trust them anymore. But this didn't give me back the money I've paid.

On top of that very disappointing situation (meaning that they had NO great women in their database) came the second one: because that company was such a failure, they decided to screw the members. So, that company simply closed and contracts got canceled. Just like that. I got no call, no e-mail, no letter. Nothing. But I got a letter towards the end of 2010 telling me that my contract was terminated long time ago. Does this sound like an honorable company? Does this sound like professional services?

I got NOTHING for my money ($2,600).

Be careful about this company !!

... all the great and positive reviews are simply a setup.
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Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
Personally, I'd be more embarrassed that I shelled out $2600 for a dating service, then I would be to be set up with someone that was chubby/fat. But to each his own, I guess.
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
They have a lot of free dating sites out there no reason at all to shell out that kind of money to a sketchy company.
lobo65 on 01/19/2011:
I actually agree because something similar happened to me. I paid close to the same anount with another service years ago, and let's just say the quaility of women I was matched with were less than what was promised. Not to mention that they were sending me matches that were way below my age range specified.
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
Wow. Maybe you should have tried eHarmony or something first.
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
This reminds me of that show on Bravo, the Millionare Matchmaker with Patti Stanger. She seems to be pretty good, although harsh. I am sure she charges a fortune...after all, you do have to prove you are worth millions before you can even sign up.
DebtorBasher on 01/19/2011:
If you're meant to be with someone, you're going to meet, somewhere at some point and money isn't going to bring them to you any faster than fate allows. If you're just looking for a buddy to hang out with, you can find them in just about anyplace you go...these dating services are all about making money and couldn't care less if you find that right person or not.

Heck, maybe fate has already found you and your dream girl is a M3C member...then you can thank that dating service for the rotten service that brought you here in the first place.

Man-O-Man, I sure miss ZZ!
DebtorBasher on 01/19/2011:
" If you are fat or chubby, then you get maybe the right woman, but if you are intelligent and attractive, forget it."

So, you're saying if a person is fat or chubby, they can't be intelligent and attractive?
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
Yes, didn't already know that??
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
If you look inside my brain you'll find a beautiful fat man trying to get out. If you look in that escaping fat man's brain you'll find an Apple Newton. I have no idea what's inside an Apple Newton. Not my bag man.
DebtorBasher on 01/19/2011:
I think inside that Apple Newton, is a Fig Newton.
No JC, I did not know that. That is why I come learn.
Kurizumaru on 01/19/2011:
I would give you the name of the dating site I use, but I'm not sure I'd like that kind of shallowness hanging around. "Fat and chubby" people can be attractive too and even if they aren't, it's the person themselves that matter. My suggestion is try a free site next time.
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
It's not the website's fault that you have high standards and nobody is good enough for you.
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
I've said this for a while and I’ll say it again. There needs to be a way for us pretty people to be certified pretty same as you certify a dog as being a pure bred. We pretty people need papers proving and verifying our attractiveness so that when we get set up by friends or dating sites we can demand papers before wasting our time in disappointment.

So it only makes sense if I have "I am pretty" papers and you have "I am pretty" papers then we are birds of a feather deserving of each other.
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
Lord, I tend to date people less attractive than me.
madconsumer on 01/19/2011:
that is very true littleshorty. I have heard lots of people say the same thing.
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
We not only tend to be our own harshest critics, but our own greatest admirers as well.
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
Rip, you're like a walking fortune cookie. Lol
Anonymous on 01/19/2011:
ript, ain't that the truth!
Anonymous on 01/20/2011:
If you're looking for a match made in heaven, you're not going to find it here on earth.
PepperElf on 01/20/2011:
"fat or chubby" & "intelligent and attractive"

maybe it's me but it sounds like the OP is treating these as if they're mutually exclusive categories. First of all "intelligence" and "weight" are two different things. Secondly "attractiveness" and "weight" are also not the same things.

What one person calls attractive another might not. I've known men who dislike skinny girls and like girls with (as one man put it) "a little meat on their bones".

The thing to remember is that a dating service is NOT a grocery store where you buy dates. It's a community made up of other people who are also seeking companionship. If you dislike the quality of the other members it may be them, or it may be yourself.

Personally I recommend, instead of a dating service, try a single's club. It's not specifically designed for dating, but rather to have fun and to meet people who may become friends.

However going into such a club with demands on anyone else's appearance may make you unpopular and may make others think of you as shallow.
Anonymous on 01/20/2011:
It's been shown over and over that there is a definite correlation between attractiveness and intellect. Simply put attractive people overall tend to be smarter than less attractive people.

Perhaps that's why we are so hated.
Anonymous on 01/20/2011:
For me, I'd rather a guy be intelligent than good looking. Intelligence is attractive.
Anonymous on 01/20/2011:
For me, All I require is a chick who won't steal my stuff. Everything else is secondary.
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