I’D RATHER DECLINE THAN DISAPPOINT Your Denver Matchmaking Desires

As I’ve written many times on this website, I turn down more potential clients (and income) than I accept.  If I sense that this really is not what you are looking for in a service or potential relationship (doesn’t line up with my clientele) I would rather decline to work together than sign you and disappoint you.

That’s why the initial FREE PHONE CONSULTATION is sooooo important and that you be honest and candid, not only about what type of relationship you desire but also about your personal information.  I recently had two people lie to me about their age and I don’t work with people who lie.  If you want to lie use Internet Dating Sites or Dating Apps!  How do I know they lied?  I do a background check before you become a client both for my safety and for my clients as well as to make sure the information you have presented is true and honest.

If you do not fit what my clientele is looking for as stipulated in their 6 page profiles I cannot accept you and take your money if there is minimal or no chance of success.  Also, if my clientele does not fit what you are looking for I will decline.  Because I interview EVERY client I know their criteria and use the general specifications from all clients to determine whether someone new is what they are looking for.

I had a new client scheduled for last week and a couple of days before he called and was freaked out.  He kept saying he’s a “data guy” and how many, how many, how many?  He shared that he’d met 100 women in a 2 year period.  (So OBVIOUSLY this is NOT a numbers game!) I cancelled his appointment and suggested he use another venue.

If that is you, this is NOT the service for you.  This Denver matchmaking service aims to MATCH clients on BOTH sides so that a relationship grows and lasts.  That may take time for the right person to come in, that’s why the open-ended contract.  If you want immediate gratification or you are a “data person” this is not the service for you.

If you are combative with me and argumentative, obviously we would not make good partners.  That is a bad way to start and I would decline.  Yes, that actually happens from time to time.  We have to be a good match first to accomplish your goals.

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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