Singles station dating company membership fee
So I reviewed the list and there was NOTHING on that list that even remotely interested me - that was another clue they had never read my hand prepared (typed) initial profile I gave them (and it was quite detailed both about me and what I wanted).So I got home and started to look for others locally.Great Expectations is a matchmaking dating service with more than 35 years of experience that caters to the busy working professional.Great Expectations has merged today’s technology with old fashioned matchmaking methods to become a leader in the dating industry.Then they spent about another hour with me going over things and gave me a list to take home of possible referrals, claimed they worked on that list of 15 people for over 3-4 hours to put it together.It was pretty obvious once I learned how to use the site, and looked at the list, they can just as easily jot down profile #'s and claim whatever they want for time input.
They did keep trying to send other referrals, but again, NONE of them were even close to the same ball park I was looking for. There was a total of 2182, 43% were inactivated (there is only 4 reasons that can be: You're on hold to date another, you're on vacation, you have not paid your dues or you're now an expired member and they are still using your profile as bait for others). I found 685 total profiles, all age ranges and of that # there was 47% that were inactive.
" Even the part at the bottom where I said "If you can't meet my standards - that's ok, just tell me." Be straight and honest with me was all I asked.
This company lied to me, they deceived me and they mislead me into a false contract.
So I won't know for sure yet, but the CC did instruct me also NOT to agree to or sign anything, the company was only doing that for strong arm tactics and intimidation and that isn't happening.
They burned me, they mislead and deceived me and if I am to lose 00 and have my credit attacked.
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They gave me a starter price of $9000 for a 3 year 3 free membership. They immediately dropped it down to $6000 with a military discount they claimed they had - they didn't even want to see proof that I ever was in the military, just took my word for it (I was - but they didn't ask for proof.