Great expecations dating service
I told the girl at the desk I was there to meet with Heather. I filled it out and a few minutes later Norine, not Heather came and led me to a back office.She started a video of success stories and left the office. She would not tell me the price, but said if I signed up that night I would get a substatial discount.I see now that was to run my credit with out asking me!!! Due to high pressure and belittlement, I signed up at Great Expectations Thursday night.I did not want to join for the 5000 and told her I could not. I have not used the service and I want out, but they are refusing to reverse the charges. I saw a corrogated plastic sign along the street outside my health club with a website for dating in that city.Since it was a ( which usually indicates non profit), I figured it was a free or close to free service).Over the next two weeks a girl named Heather called 3x a week and a left a message identifying herself as calling from Dallas singles. She asked me to make an appointment to meet her to talk about Dallas Singles. On the evening I agreed to meet, I went to the address to discover that it was in the office of Great Expectations.
Call it old-fashion but the thoroughly interviewed and carefully screened dates are well worth the pricey paid membership.I told Norine that was not happy with how they are opperating their business. I said I was going to fight them if the charges show on my account. Can I get some help going after them or getting the charges reversed? - Michael, June 2007 I am a member and have been for nearly a year and I think it absolutely sucks.I have tried with two different "Managers" to resolve my grievance with this company and both of the managers left the employment with no notice.I had also reminded her that the fee she told me and showed me on paper was 00, and she charged me 00.
She went back to her sales pitch, saying I would die old and alone and calling me a loser.Of all the singles dating services I looked at, I was attracted to because of the fact that it does not promote gay relationship.