eLove / waste of money...
Don't waste your money on this company. I was a single, educated woman in my late thirties and was emotionally frustrated in having not found Mr. Right. At the urging of a colleague, I thought I would try a dating service. They use high pressure sales tactics and prey on the victim's emotions to sell you a high-priced package that guarantees Mr. Right. What was I thinking... The first match never called. The second, admitted that I was his 36 match! We went on a date. He ordered a large sandwich, but instead of using the knife to cut the sandwich into smaller portions, he proceeded to pull the sandwich apart with his bare hands and lick the bun. It was the most disgusting date of my life. The third match was Amish! After a month, I called to cancel my policy. Of course, it was explained to me that there was no cancellation policy and no refund.
They tell you in the interview that their "matching" process is highly sophisticated and they make you fill out a lengthy 200+ profile, but this is useless. Your matchmaker is 400 miles away and has never met you personally. Your matches meet none of your preferences. When I questioned my personal matchmaker, she explained that the information provided to her is limited and that she would try to find matches that meet my criteria. So what was the point of the 200 category questionnaire and 2-hour interview!
So now I am out $2500 and still single.
Bottom line... Save your money, ladies and gents.