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Christine said it's not fair to compare the local operation to other franchises because each office is owned and managed by different people."We haven't had complaints like that in our office," Christine said.
Wendy Christine, director of the national dating service's franchise in Edina, said Musack is "being dishonest." Christine said no more than 50 percent of the firm's 1,800-plus members are inactive at any time, and she said a salesperson made that clear to Musack before she signed up for the service. In Washington, the state attorney general took action after reviewing nearly 60 complaints about the service.
I called her and she said no one would date me till I lost weight. She told me to do outdoor stuff as much as possible. It was really expensive but she had me in a tiny windowless room, pressured me for 30 minutes before asking for the payment over 00. But it said I wanted kids clearly on my intake form. Worse, I was shown 8 profiles during my sales pitch, 2 beautiful, seemingly smart, business women (to show I wasn't alone in making this BIG spending decision) and 6 attractive gentlemen.
But the office girl replied to me in an email "THE IDIOTS GOT YOUR MESSAGE! After a thorough review (26 pages) I found there were 317 posted profiles (in my age range) HOWEVER, 148 of them were set to INACTIVE.
The Wisconsin case is on hold pending the resolution of a dispute between Great Expectations and its insurer.
Officials with the company's corporate office in Austin, Texas, referred calls to the Minnesota franchise.
It has been more than 4 months since I joined and those men who I was told were "inactive" by electing to "freeze" their accounts are STILL inactive.