I had an interview with this Dating Service two days ago, 4-27-15. Now, haveing had some time for my subconcious to work on this, I am wondering if this is a scam? I was not able to get the cost of the service on the phone when I was contacted or before the sales pitch. The cost, finally at the end of the sales pitch was $2,500 for multiable dates and when I refused that, I was offered two dates for $1000. I indicated I knew nothing about the company and needed to get some consumer information and started to walk out. I was then offered a Passive Membership at no cost. The reason given is that she needed a larger pool of men, that she needed to keep her girls happy. I did sign a contract, however in the Total Purchase space she wrote in 0 and the Down payment line she also wrote in 0. Below that she wrote in Passive Member, No Gurantee. I have read the contract several times and do not read where I or the company has any further responsibility to each other, since no money exchanged hands. I found the experience strange and just felt I needed to add it to what has been reported about this company. The sales pitch is quite good, so if anyone is doing their home work before the interview, beware. I do not expect that I will be contacted by a prespective date, especially after reading the other posts here. The Passive Membership may have been granted just to keep me thinking positivily about the company and perhaps not do my background search. .
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