Complaints against the right one dating service
Longer version (spoilers) - Some of those field offices tried roping me into 'high pressure sales tactics' with higher-paid offers over the phone, saying "I need this right now." - I accepted the first offer, and I'm still glad I did.
- A year later, I had someone try to get me to agree to a higher offer, and I had only 30 mins to agree to it.
The 'directors' WERE able to take my feedback each time and find some people who had those qualities.
I still think that was pretty rare, and they did deliver.
While traveling, I read an ad for It's Just Lunch and decided to give it a try.
Very professional, friendly and efficient organization. a) At first I thought I wanted someone 'exciting', like a Ghost of Christmas Present haha; b) then I thought I wanted someone a little bit calmer; c) and now I think I can say I'm looking for someone in between, ie someone exciting but still patient and emotionally understanding.(I knew this was going to be an expensive program, and it is, but it would be beneficial to have at least SOMETHING listed on the website, ie how much coaching sessions are.)*Areas for improvement (true for any organization) - Short version for me is I started off working with matchmakers in a local 'field office'.A few months ago I was switched to a national-level matchmaker in a completely different part of the country (Debbie, see below).Wasn't really a problem, but it did catch me a bit off guard.Kinda missed the personal face-to-face feeling of knowing I was talking with someone locally (ie someone who knows the local area, can say it's raining here and it's raining there too haha).