To perhaps make things a bit simpler for singles who view this website and have an interest in Bon Jour Matchmaking, but in all honesty just don’t jive with this 34 year established clientele, here are some situations and/or characteristics that MAY preclude you:

  1. An overabundance of piercings;
  2. If when we have the FREE phone consultation you argue with me about the service structure, pictures or anything else, that is a very bad sign to me and shows we are not a match;
  3. Men shorter than 5’7″;
  4. If you are married or separated;
  5. Women wearing a size 12 or higher;
  6. Bald men do not do as well in general BUT that depends…if that is the only thing on this list that doesn’t fit it is worth calling;
  7. Men with “shaved” heads do better than bald men;
  8. If your education ends at high school that will be an issue;
  9. Smokers;
  10. Divorced 6 months or less;
  11. Divorced 3 times or more;
  12. Unreliable;
  13. Misrepresenting yourself in any way;
  14. If you do not have a bank account;  (I am mostly paid by check)
  15. Earning less than $70,000 a year;
  16. Men looking to meet women who are 14+ years younger than themselves;
  17. Men with an Associates Degree only that do not own a thriving business;
  18. Anyone who expects the service to work the day they join.  It may but it may not…UNREALISTIC;
  19. Singles with sleeve or full body tattoos will not be successful in Bon Jour.

There are many Posts on this site that describe what types of background and qualities make up the clientele in my service but this is the first that specifically lists what types of situations will not be as successful.  This list is NOT a judgment of anyone, it merely describes some conditions that are the least favorable to singles considering Bon Jour Matchmaking.

I was asked if there are any services in Denver who work with “blue collar” individuals and as far as I know local Denver matchmakers’ fees are too high for those folks.  The reason so many Colorado matchmaking services are made up more of “white collar professionals” is because they are the ones with enough disposable income to pay their high fees.  At least that’s my best guess…

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 http://bonjourms.com

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