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Matchmakers At Work Complaint - Matchmakers At Work Is Really Take The Money And Run!

Review by compatible on 2009-09-13
WALL, NEW JERSEY -- This service is a SCAM! The owner behaves like a despot after you fork over your money. If you don't like her chosen date she insults you making you feel you have a personality problem. She won't divulge pertinent information about the prospective date telling you it's confidential. She advises you to spend a minute on the phone and go on the date without prescreening them. That way you use up your 5 dates whether you're compatible or not. She doesn't screen her dates and has few available men. She takes your money then forgets about you after collecting her one date. her first introduction and no longer wishes to spend time on your behalf. She takes your money and runs! Then behaves like a deespot. h would allow you to figure out if the date would be a compatible one. The men she chooses for you are nothing like the men you requested nor like the men she claimed she has in her roster. She allows you five dates. If she can't match you up after five she give you one more date for each one not matched. She just wants you to use up the dates regardless of the compatibility. I only got two dates from her. The rest were phone calls that didn't work out. She advises you to only set up a date on the phone and not talk about anything else. That way you use up your dates and her contract is fulfilled. I went against her dating advice and talked over the phone to ascertain if the date was compatible.

The four phone calls did not lead to a date. The men were either unavailable for dating, totally unacceptable or just disinterested with her service stating they called me as a favor to the owner. She doesn't screen her dates and sets you up whether you're a good match or not. She lies and tells you she has dozens of eligible successful attractive men with her service. It takes her weeks to set you up with a phone introduction which most of the time leads to nothing but a waste of time. After the initial introduction, she forgets about you and is annoyed having to spend time on your dating needs. Once she gets your money her interest in you flies out the window. If you complain about your introductions not being compatible she blames you for having a difficult personality. Each time you phone her advising her the phone introduction was a waste of time she insults you to the point you no longer want to call her for future introductions. That is what she did to me.

I've only had two dates since signing up in February 2009. I asked for a refund one month after signing up with her and she refused. She won't refund monies nor will she honor your contract. She has three complaints on file with the Better Business Bureau that were unresolved. My next step will be small claims court. Beware of this service. They charge thousands of dollars for pumping you up on your initial meeting. Then they drop you like a hot potato.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-09-14
Posted by karleebarlee on 2009-09-14:
i wonder what people did before online dating services. gee, it must have been rough.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-14:
They do what other people do now... go out and meet people. A coworker of mine met her husband at HEB (grocery store, yes she has all her teeth). I met mine at a dance club. There's all kinds of places to meet people.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-14:
You can't get a date without paying for one? Sounds like the oldest profession doesn't it?

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