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Hard sell: isolated after hours, heavy pressure to sign up. I would like to be part of a class action lawsuit against these con artists. Back then I thought elove was introducing me to women who didn’t fit my profile… But in reality they were introducing me to women who actually fit everything I was looking for. the matchmaker would ignore a few of my “must haves in a woman” and she would pick the best person for me. I was given a toll-free number and told that was the "new" number to contact a case worker at. please contact me Corporate Address International Dating Ventures, Inc. E 11-12 Norwell, MA 02061 Did anyone notice this "new" dating service all of a sudden surface, with 25 years of experience?
Additionally, when I attempted to email my inquiry to the address I had previously sent feedback to, I received a form email back with the name "e Love" on... I was a single, educated woman in my late thirties and was emotionally frustrated in having not found Mr. At the urging of a colleague, I thought I would try a dating service. Funny how the phone numbers and addresses are exactly the same at The Right One.
I've even written the original matchmaker here in Texas. This company is a scam, they take people money through emotional sales actions in the interview you as a possible member is asked to come in for.
All fell on deaf ears until I talked legal action yesterday. Of the 4 'viable' matches I've been given, I've met 2. They don match you with people due to qualities etc like they say.
The companies are International Dating Ventures Inc, International Introductions Inc, International Dating Ventures Inc, Lone Star Introductions Inc, Lifeaccesscom Inc, Elove, Las Vegas Introductions Inc, and Twin Cities Introductions Inc.
is a Massachusetts Domestic Profit Corporation filed on February 29, 2008. The Registered Agent on file for this company is James J.
I found them when I did a google search for matchmakers in the state of CT.
They were the first result to pop up, and they boasted being voted #1 (I've since done some research and found nothing to back this up). I gave my phone number and within about 5 seconds, I had a phone call from a representative.
Obviously, I will never recommend or use that card ever again. I visited while my wife and I had a rough spot in our marriage and was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder...
I am a former employee of e Love/The Right One and every single one of these reviews and complaints are absolutely legit.
I had the unfortunate opportunity of working for e Love/The Right One as a marketing agent.
It was at night, and she tried to get me to come into the office right away.
This seemed a little sketchy for a business that claims to have thousands of matches--it sounded to me like...
So far the 4 matches, (which they're counting as part of the contract), have been DISASTROUS.