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No matter how much or little you spend, being too rigid in your expectations or specifications can lead to frustration.
One negative review we read said the client wanted to meet no one older than 32 and became angry when one date turned out to be 34.
The dates have all been delightful, professional women.
I have enjoyed my experiences, and have made a connection with one of the women."There's no free lunch and IJL is not exception. That may sound like a lot and while it may be true that money can't buy happiness, it may at least make the down payment.
"I submitted a review a number of months ago and I just wanted to say that Marcel and I have now been married for a number of months and are very happy," said Sheree of Kitchener, On., in a Consumer Affairs review, one of several from Lifemates clients who tied the knot with dates they met through the service.
Like Successful Singles and It's Just Lunch, Lifemates uses a personal inteview and match-up process and targets upscale clients."The Lifemates Canada Dating program carefully evaluates each and every member so that we can introduce you to an individual that shares your interests and background," the company says.
They cancelled their accounts and now I can't find them in Match.com," she said in a Consumer Affairs review.
The approach seems to work with the upscale client base it's targeting.
At Consumer Affairs, we don't hear much about Successful Singles but what we do hear is pretty positive."I spent months online with no success.
But my favorite was the Halloween haunted house party bus."Like other higher-end services, E&A doesn't list its prices on its website so be sure you understand the pricing and have read the contract carefully before signing anything. The dating services we've looked at so far have all been, to one degree or another, what the MBA types call niche plays -- designed to appeal to a certain slice of society, and generally a higher socio-economic slice at that.
They all have a personal "facetime" element as well -- you have to meet, or at least talk to, a human being to be accepted. It's what we might all a "pure Internet play" -- everything's done online, nearly anyone can register and what happens after that is up to you.But as a review of literature stretching back to cave drawings will tell you, meeting -- and hanging onto -- the person isn't all that easy. They're not perfect but they're better than ordering brides by mail or submitting to your mother's idea of who your perfect match is.