Complaints against great expectations dating service
That should have been a clue, but unfortunately I trusted them.I don't want to use their service as it is completely fruitless but they don't allow refunds even though they haven't lived up to their promises.They will refuse a potential client if they have a felony.What they dont tell you is, they're not running them when you walk into the door, but they run it after they already have your money.Business has filed for bankruptcy and is seeking to dissolve the business.Licensing information is provided in the BBB Business Profiles to inform the public about industries that may require professional licensing, bonding, or registration.
BBB asks advertisers to substantiate their claims, change ads to make offers more clear to consumers, and remove misleading or deceptive statements.
Before I joined their service I asked Rhonda, their director, how many female members they had in my age range of interest (which I specified was about 24-34) in the St. I was told I could expect around 125 such members with 3-4 being added each week.
After they charged me ,295 for my membership I discovered how grossly they had misled me: they currently have 22 active women in the entire 18-35 age range for St.
They do keep expired members and members who fought to have their membership canceled still on the site but they list them as inactive, please check again soon. Most of the members are average working men and women who live pay check to pay check, however they state these are all professional people.
There are some who make a very nice living, but if Im paying money for a service and Im making six figures, I dont think Im going to want to date someone who dropped out of school and is barely making ends meat.