Is It a Numbers Game or Real Matchmaking?

Sure, you can play the numbers and the Internet Dating services are great for that.  But if you want to meet “the one” to marry the odds are much like the Lottery!  Out of the millions of singles on millions of Internet services a minute number meet the person they marry.  Playing the numbers is dating not matchmaking.  Now that you’ve tried the Internet dating services it’s time to get serious.

Local Denver dating services and matchmakers try to “hook you” when you call and ask how many people they have to introduce you to (a certain number of dates for an astronomical fee) or they will fudge the number of your prospects knowing absolutely nothing about you.

A legitimate matchmaker cannot give you real numbers without a thorough interview knowing all of your preferences and SHOWING you files to develop a perception of your taste.  Franchise services have a slick sales pitch as do some locally owned services.  The feedback I’ve received from clients of those types of services is that those services did not follow their criteria and just threw them together with all of the men in the service.  The men report that because there are so few of them in those services, they are set up with every new woman who comes in.

So if you call a service that inflates the number of prospects knowing minimal or nothing about you, don’t join.  You will be sorry later.  To be realistic when joining any service they should have singles in your age range who, from specific information over the phone, are the type of clientele you seek.

IT ONLY TAKES THE RIGHT ONE!  Not a million of the wrong ones.  Most of the clients of Bon Jour Matchmaking Service who got married, married either the first or second person they met in the service.

Published by Michele "the Matchmaker" Fields

I have been a professional Matchmaker for 34 years in Denver, CO. My service, Bon Jour Matchmaking Service, has facilitated 300+ marriages of 600+ Colorado Front Range singles through hand holding, personalized matchmaking. For more information go to

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