I found 685 total profiles, all age ranges and of that there was 47% that were inactive. They appeal to you by saying that if you sign the receipt now, that they will save you a trip to their office if you decide to go with the service. I made sure that it was hand-written and that I hand delivered it and made the person sign a delivery receipt. Which brings us to… Great Expectations Dating Service Lawsuits Several lawsuits have been filed against Great Expectations, including those initiated by the states of , and. Cancel your card and have them issue you a new card too. I was so disgusted she would say that.
Research before you sign any contract. In two months I was contacted by one person of a different race. I am looking into the class action suit info online about them. It makes sense that they do not let you get on the website until weeks after you have already signed up. Great Expectations Creative Management, Inc. Go fucking Shhhhhh yourself cunt.
Los Angeles office and come in just for a brief meeting. They wanted me to come in their W. Dates are easier to come by, but because of the smaller pool you're more likely to be disappointed. Thought they would have been put out of business by now and I see they are still going strong. It was here that I also discovered that I had been charged more than twice what others have paid for the same membership.
I had a surgery near the end of my first 30 days, and was a couple days late sending the first installment. In the letter I also referenced the Arizona statute governing dating contracts which also states a 3-day cancellation period. Got it, bitch, Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah. She scares them off and then wonders why all men are all the same and never call her for a second date. The guys were nerdy engineers and lawyers who had busted ass for 10-15 years to have a decent salary and were now looking for a young hottie to validate their professional success, but were too socially awkward to approach women on their own. Some people just join any kind of dating service and think that everyone is going to pick them and that they are going to me the person for them in 3 months and will be married within a year. So at the time approx 1st or 2nd weekend in June I went through every profile on that site that was available to me.
Don't know a thing about life. I just signed up today and after reading all these blogs I am ready to fold and cry. I don't want it to happen to other people. So different from all the other fake dating sites out there, I just knew they were going to be better. I believe they have people who are just used to make it seem like there are eligible singles.
I wasn't looking for a dating service. Do your homework and read all customer complaints and reviews. What turned me off was the high pressure. For more crucial questions to ask your matchmaker before signing a contract, check out this article on. Let's just say you will need many months to read them all. During the interview, the saleswoman used very manipulative techniques to coheres me into a contract over 6,000 dollars! I very much wish I have saved my money. It really spills the beans on what they do, especially how they determine your fees they charge you - scary stuff! They began leaving voicemail messages every day.
For those who could qualify there are legitimate services of this type out there run by very reputable people and have top clients including celebrities, royalty, captains of industry and the idle rich and they pay outrageous sums to be properly united with persons of the type and character they look for. The only thing certain about Great Expectations is once they bill your credit card you will never get a refund. Great Expectations is a matchmaking dating service with more than 35 years of experience that caters to the busy working professional. Especially when it is so hard earned. I plan to pursue as much negative publicity and legal action necessary to expose this deceptive business! A week later they refunded all my money. After I arrived in Calusa, I called the Seattle branch office of Great Expectations to let them know that I desired to have my profile transferred to Sacramento since there was no way that I could participate in any of the activities in Seattle. The state they do business in has no 3 day right of recision.
Oprah, dateline, Forbes and others have promoted them. There are plenty of websites like this one that warn you about companies and products. I would like to use their service because I do believe quality individuals can be found there but I don't enjoy feeling like I was sold something, no one does. Where do u live, if you don't mind me asking? Members pay a lump sum up front, and then a monthly fee to access the local singles database. I had a lot of wonderful dates with men that actually wanted a relationship, which was pretty foreign to me. In either case they definitely have not learned the proper skills to make great relationships.
I've got a complaint in with the state Attorney General, Consumer Protection Agency, and Better Business Bureau. In my mind I was thinking, I can buy a car for this amount. Give or take 100 miles maybe. When I called them 5 years later to use the site again they told me that I did not have a lifetime membership, and that the type of membership I bought was only 5 years. I sent her an email about my cancelation request and asking her to refund me the money but she stated that they do not refund.
We met in the middle on some terms and ideas offered and listened to and I will keep my membership to its full term going forward. They made me alot of promises. Hey, im pretty easily flattered, but i didnt say anything relatively amusing so i was a bit taken back by that strange response. So I started looking more into the site. I was making my sales and getting along with everybody but just brought into the office and told that there was company cuts. After long enough everyone can find someone.