Just as you call a company and “interview” them about their services, success rate and history, so does the service “interview” you (or they should) to make sure you are realistic, fit in with their clientele and there is some expectation that they can accomplish your goal.
In this Denver matchmaking service going on my 27th year of full time professional matchmaking, I have a set clientele who I have personally interviewed and work with. I am their/your matchmaker, not a revolving door with matchmakers coming and going if they don’t make the quota.
I start evaluating the type of client and match you would make from your first call. If you call and ask me to return the call, which I always do and then you never call me back until months or a year later that is not impressive. I have a Behavioral Contract that each client signs stipulating time frames for calling, meeting and feedback so that each match flows with a good momentum which gives it more of a chance of success. If you don’t return a call that you initiated to me that tells me you may not be great at follow through.
If when you call you tell me how rich you are, how young you look and how picky you are that sets up a preconceived image of a person who may be hard or impossible to please and may not go with the flow or have patience with the process.
Just be thoughtful of how you present yourself when calling Denver matchmakers. Some of them may assess your worth from that call in order to quote you a higher fee. So watch what you say. Remember, you may want this matchmaker to represent you in your best light so you need to present yourself that way.