Although I am more the tortoise than the hare when it comes to Denver dating and matchmaking (remember who won that race), I only set you up based on mutual compatibility and both parties having access to a multitude of information and both clients agreeing to the match. That’s why most of the 300+ couples who have married through Michele the Matchmaker at Bon Jour married either the first or second person they met in the service!
As a Denver single myself as well as a Professional Matchmaker for 33 years I can really empathize with my clients on many levels. I try to put myself in my clients’ position if I were to join a Denver Dating or Denver Matchmaking Service. After all that is how I decided on the structure of my service in 1989.
When you come into Bon Jour Matchmaking Service for your two-hour interview and make your investment you assume there will be people you will be excited about, lots of prospects and that because you want to meet them, they will want to meet you. Like the Internet, apps or any other dating venue that may not be the case OR it may be, there is no way to know in advance. The make-up of the clientele varies due to new clients coming in at all times. That’s why there is so much value in having my open-ended contract. So, whenever the right person arrives, whether it’s the day you interview or later, you will be there! So, patience may be necessary if you genuinely wish to meet “the one”. My clients who have been patient throughout all these years are usually the ones with the most success. That said, there have been many who were just lucky and their “one” was here the day they interviewed!
If you contact a local Denver dating service and they make all kinds of promises logically that cannot be the case. Not if they are doing their job correctly. If you want to date in bulk use the Internet. To pay a service for a specific number of dates you are asking to be sorely disappointed in the quality as well as the compatibility. I’ve heard this directly from many, many singles who have used those. They are also ridiculously expensive and have limited contracts. For a lifelong relationship you may want to work with a genuine matchmaker, not a service that is a franchise, based out of state, with rotating “matchmakers”/salespeople who come and go if they don’t hit their quotas.