Since the show “Ready For Love” started I’ve had a spike in calls from single Denver men interested in Bon Jour Matchmaking Service. A couple of the men explained that they looked up Kelleher International since one of the Matchmakers on the show is Kelleher and they had so many bad reviews he wouldn’t consider them. Another, also speaking of Kelleher, said that he had a close friend who worked for them briefly and according to his friend they stick it to the men for thousands of dollars and just throw women at them not at all matching them up for thousands of dollars.
So another episode aired last night and one thing I have in common with the Matchmakers is that even when I give advice to certain clients that I know will serve them well they have not taken it. Thus undermining a potentially successful relationship. Remember, I know both sides of the match and am privy to the thoughts and reactions of each side. Who is in a better position to direct and suggest to you then I? That is the point of interviewing and sustaining a personal relationship with each and every client and having one Matchmaker who knows all of her clients.
Services that have multiple “matchmakers” working on commission have them coming and going. None of them really know the clients and in most cases have never even met most of them. You may start with one “matchmaker” and get switched over during the course of your limited contract to someone who knows nothing about you or the other clients.
Don’t underestimate the value of a service where the Owner/Matchmaker (myself) has a relationship with every single client and has an open-ended contract so that when the right match comes in, you are here to meet them!
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