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Please, someone look into shutting this business down in Florida. This dating service takes total advantage of the lonley hearted. I Spent over 4 thousand dollars for a 6 year membership just because I was hearing what I wanted to hear from the center director Jennifer giving me all kinds of false hopes.
Jennifer first showed me some pictues of members saying i'm going to have no problems. When she showed me the prices I asked if I could think about it. Jennifer told me that today is the only day for thier sale, after today the prices will go up even higher. I joined may of so I don't remember the wordes of her sales pitch I just remember she put alot of pressure on me. Great Expectations needs to be stopped!!! Here is a picture they took.
I visited the GE office in Maitland very recently. Avoid this company unless you are fond of high-powered sales pitches. The "Relationship Expert" conducted the interview - nearly 2 hours long. I was promised just about everything but the moon. Having recently suffered through a relationship break-up, I was quite vulnerable and the "Expert" was quick to pick up on this. The last question she asked before leaving the room to see if I would be approved was: Of course, I couldn't afford to pay that amount of money.
With her "kind heart" and saying that she felt I was "special, " she offered to let me use one of her "family and friends employee discounts. I KNOW that I should have done my homework on this company before visiting their office, but we all make stupid mistakes especially when we are emotionally fragile.
Don't let Great Expectations take advantage of you! Yes they're a "dating service", but they're also money driven sales people!
Not unlike a used car salesman, you'll feel dirty and disgusted with yourself 24hours after signing up because you overpaid. What just cost you thousands of dollars could be purchased for hundreds. At the end of the day, I've taken the bait and I'm learning from my mistakes.
Please take my advice and don't do it! Great Expectations is awful! They take your money after promising you a membership contract "until you are married" and they show you photos of all these attractive people. Carol touted their service as including professional men and women looking for upscale, educated partners. Do not waste your hard-earned money. I wish I had found this website before I gave them my money!! I hate to admit it but I too was sucked in. Their claims that the choices are better than on the free dating sites, that they offer these wonderful get togethers for folks in the area, and that they are more selective for you First of all, you can't even do a search to see one or two people like you can with a PlentyofFish or Match.
Second, they reel you in and then try to get you to pay more for your photographs without really going over that. They charge a different amount for people depending on how well you negotiate and then make you sign a document saying you won't tell. Well, I paid a lot less than folks listed above but I also only joined for a year. The photography part was a total rip off. I declined to pay extra. Once I ran it, I saw the same damn people that were on the other dating sites.
But what one of the previous comments stated about how bad the website is, is absolutely true. Very difficult to search, very little criteria to search on. I called an had them remove me completely. Yes, one of the worst decisions I've made in the past year. This company is a total scam. I agree a class action needs to be organized to put them out of business. Don't believe anything they say All they want is your money for no service in exchange.
Unbelievable that they get away with their sale tactics. FOX6's hidden cameras showed that the company's sales pitch was more like an interrogation.
You're robbin' people for a living? It just ain't right, you know? The Department of Justice sued Great Expectations for violating the state's Do Not Call list, misrepresenting the number of members, and for using "high pressure, oppressive tactics" to get people to sign contracts. After the lawsuit was filed in , Great Expectations fled the state, and Doering wondered if he would ever get his money back.
I figured well, maybe he's fighting it and he lost," Doering said. Five years after the lawsuit was filed and eight years after he signed the contract - Doering got a letter informing him that the state had won the case.
Since then, the dating service has closed its doors in Arizona, Wisconsin and several other states. According to the company's website, there are still eight existing centers in four states - Colorado, Florida, Ohio and Texas. I remember talking casually to someone quite a few years back…First they wanted to make sure you had some money, then when you would want to back out, they would turn everything you have said before against you.
I told them to pound sand, but one could see how a nice person could feel obligated in going through, keeping in mind everything that is turned around and thrown at you.
Im glad that some money is comming back to the victims. It includes nice stuff. This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. October 12, at