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Don’t discount the length of time a Denver matchmaking or Denver dating service has been in business. Not only for their credibility and reliability but also for their experience and expertise. I learn new things about Denver singles, dating and matchmaking every year. I would have thought I knew it all by now after being in business since 1989 full time, but I’m always learning.
If a business has been operating for a long period of time there are bound to be clients who are unhappy. Clients contribute to their dissatisfaction in a service by being too narrow in their criteria and preferences, not giving good people a chance, being too superficial, being a poor partner once they are in a relationship and/or being uncooperative or combative with the matchmaker.
Don’t discount the last possibility. I have come across people who initially appear to genuinely want to find a mate but don’t walk the talk once they’ve been set up. Even with direct feedback and coaching they don’t make an effort. If you do this the way you’ve always mated then you may get the same results you’ve always gotten. If you work with me it would benefit you to listen and incorporate the feedback I share from the people you meet. Most of my clients are great at that and appreciate all Bon Jour Matchmaking has to offer. But on occasion I work with someone who doesn’t get it and then gets mad. Don’t shoot the messenger! This is a collaboration and clients who have understood that have had the most success.
Also if when you call for your FREE PHONE CONSULTATION you give me one set of information, such as age range you wish to meet, then during the interview you give me a different answer that would not be beneficial to you. Your fee is based on the information you share at the time of that phone consultation. If you change it, which I had one gentleman do, when I interview you you are shorting yourself. Had I known the age range he really wanted I would not have accepted him as a client at all and his criteria became much more narrow consequently I decided not to work with him. So there is no benefit to not being candid and honest during that initial phone consultation.
My point of this post is that the longer a business has been operating and the more people they work with there are bound to be some who are dissatisfied for one reason or another, not always legitimate.