I really try to view my clients from their perspective…if I hired a matchmaker what would I expect, is that realistic? So being empathetic to their point of view but knowing what really happens in a service I can see both sides of the coin.
When you spend money you expect results. This is love…most people who come to Denver matchmaking services have tried several other venues first that have obviously failed. So you should already know going in that it isn’t as easy as spending the money and getting the results.
The best example is myself. I am single. I have been a Denver matchmaker for 26 years! I get first crack at all new male clients who both fit for me and I for them. But to no avail. Even if I had paid money I would still be single…because I guess that is my fate. Likewise when a new client works with me together we work to find the most appropriate match(es) so they don’t waste their time with people who do not fit their criteria and preferences. And that have the same goal.
People decline profiles they are shown at the time of the interview and the people they choose might decline to meet them. My clients have free will but are very good at keeping an open mind and listening to my advice and coaching. That doesn’t mean you will have success. But I stack the deck in your favor by having an open-ended contract, profiles with pictures, coaching, etc. which has worked successfully for many Denver singles.