I just signed up and have until Friday night at midnight to ask for my money back, under the 72-hr rule. He stated that he did not want the issue to go to court. Now make the best out of it. I ended up scheduling to take them to small claims court. To top all of these, the offices are closed and I have never received anything from these Scam Artists. I too feel I made a horrible decision and have paid way too much money for nothing.
Still probably the worst financial decision I've ever made. I was assured there were quality men I could be matched with. I paid for my photo disc and I have asked for it on 3 occasions the last time I was told it went out 2 but I still have not received it I am not sure wht to do about that. Also, if you go to you can look at all the meetup groups in your area and just show up to activities. There was never any mention of it being Great Expectations. The only loophole is the moving clause but they told me I was not eligible.
Heck, being told what a great member I'd make, by an very attractive 20-something woman? Once they get you into their office, they won't let you go. About 10 days goes by and I get called in for my photo shoot, that took about 3 hours to do. I am not interested in using their services at all. I've got a complaint in with the state Attorney General, Consumer Protection Agency, and Better Business Bureau. I feel very sorry for all of you who have lost all of your money to this company. Good Luck in your search for love.
And another thing was that I was never given a contract. They could not have been background checked. It's you building it up in your head because you fill disappointed, but why? I informed her that I could not come in the following day, but could come in 3 days later. They claim they contacted her 3-4x and she would get to it, but never did. So it was truly a blessing when online dating was introduced. Shut the fuck up, bitch.
The website Dating-Site-Advisor seemed like they really knew what they were talking about when they wrote the recommendation for Great Expectations, a somewhat newer service to the online dating community though they claim to have been around in a different incarnation decades earlier. They Madoff with all my money. State prosecutors have sued the company to get money back for customers like Scharf. I saw a street sign for dallassingles. I was already a bit on edge from having them call me fairly often.
It not only replaces existing physical, satellite, and closed network distribution systems, but enables content owners to be in full control over the movement of their most valued assets. That's just way to far for me to travel, and internet accesss is 19. Februar findet in Buchara und Samarkand das Erste Internationale Forum über Tourismus für Pilgerreisen Ziyorat statt. I was so disgusted she would say that. My social calendar is so full, it is amazing.
Don't put out trash and expect to receive gold in return , trash attracts flies kids. In the Los Angeles Daily News, members complained about exorbitant fees and getting few or no matches. Unfortunately I signed a contract with them -- Agreed to a large upfront payment, with 2 additional installments 30 and 60 days later. First of all, you can't even do a search to see one or two people like you can with a PlentyofFish or Match. Ok so the service didn't work for you.
Signing the receipt means you agree to pay them the money regardless of whether or not you decide to become a member of their service. I clicked on 30 woman and 2 clicked back. Research before you sign any contract. At the end of two hours you're forced to make a decision amounting to several thousand dollars with no trial period or chance of a refund. Never had a video made, never had access to the site and have been barred from their site.
Original review: March 31, 2015 Similar story to others, paid huge fee upfront, costly photo shoot, very few men in my age bracket that were with the service. Give or take 100 miles maybe. Did not have one single person in a year that I met. I'm still going to try to do something, but this has been such a bad investment that it's laughable. I plan to pursue as much negative publicity and legal action necessary to expose this deceptive business! That's the way everything in the world goes.
Despite my feelings, I decided to expectations does up and give it a chance. From what I have researched on the Web Great Expectations does have some people complaining about Membership costs and some people have met the love of their lives through the service. That bitch on the phone is still ringing in my ear. And what do you actually get when you join? This is far more expensive than the rest of what you are paying. All franchises have a link to a database that is so out of date that some who appear on it joined 30 years ago. I wanted to meet someone of quality. I'll let you know how it goes.