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If the company promised meetings, that's one thing (and one the woman in the four year program says she was promised dates, so perhaps there's a claim there), but it seems unrealistic to simply expect dates when there's the entire other half o the equation to consider.
While the fees being paid (and the idea of signing up for a four year membership that promises marriage) seems somewhat staggering, especially considering the competition, it just seems like these women made a bad decision in signing up for this service.
PA AND AZ, ARIZONA -- It was several years ago but I'm still pissed off. Moved away and saw a newspaper article about an awesome matchmaker in AZ. They promised me guys around my income level and screened for criminal activity and mental illness. Only one responded, rejected me because I didn't want kids. The office girl yelled at me, saying only people who specifically want kids are labeled as such. I have checked weekly since that initial review to find little variance.
I had just ended a relationship I had since a teen. (the man from your hometown) rejected you again because you have zero attractiveness. This database is bloated over 50% by profile you CANNOT select.
In what world can their be a guarantee that you'll meet someone if there simply are no matches and no one wants to meet you back?
The service, which started out nearly thirty years ago as one of those video dating services, has moved into the online world in a big way, and apparently thought that let it off the hook of the NY State "Dating Services Law." A judge thought otherwise and is forcing the company to refund the fees of two women, which could open up many, many more lawsuits.
The company plans to appeal, but the really odd part of the story is just how much the service cost.
Online dating has obviously been quite popular for some time now, but it appears that one company may have overstepped its legal bounds -- though, it's unclear why those legal bounds are there in the first place.
The company, Great Expectations, apparently set expectations a little too high.
Her tonality and when told, as I do each time, to stop calling me, they call now and then just to have fun at my expense.