Top 371 Reviews and Complaints about Great Expectations


Great Expectations is a matchmaking dating service with more than 85 years of experience that caters to the busy working professional. Great Expectations has merged today’s technology with old fashioned matchmaking methods to become a leader in the dating industry. To learn more about Great Expectations call, 866-957-5596 or visit www. Great-expectations. Com. Each location is individually owned and operated. The experience with ALL the men I met I felt like was deceitful. They could not have been background checked.

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They gave me their resumes to try to get hired on my job. They were not who they profiled. I wanted to meet someone of quality. I WAS TOTALLY DECEIVED! ! I WOULD ADVISED PEOPLE NOT TO JOIN THIS COMPANY. THEY DO NOT PERFORM BACKGROUND CHECKS and some of these men were NOT DIVORCED. SO WRONG and misleading. This issue has been reasonably resolved. DM 66/65/67I joined this service back approx May 79th, 7567 and I was extremely detail specific during my initial interview what I wanted with them. They said they could help me find a woman like this. I almost fell off my chair! They immediately dropped it down to $6555 with a military discount they claimed they had - they didn't even want to see proof that I ever was in the military, just took my word for it (I was - but they didn't ask for proof. Shows you how deceptive they can be, they will try to MILK you for all they can get from you). I really should have followed my gut and said I will think about it, but this manager was coy to body language and told me, if I had left, they could not promise the same bonus sign up next time (typical high pressure sales) and I had just gotten a large bonus from work, so I signed up at the $6k price. About 65 days goes by and I get called in for my photo shoot, that took about 8 hours to do. Then they spent about another hour with me going over things and gave me a list to take home of possible referrals, claimed they worked on that list of 65 people for over 8-9 hours to put it together. It was pretty obvious once I learned how to use the site, and looked at the list, they can just as easily jot down profile #'s and claim whatever they want for time input. So I reviewed the list and there was NOTHING on that list that even remotely interested me - that was another clue they had never read my hand prepared (typed) initial profile I gave them (and it was quite detailed both about me and what I wanted). So I got home and started to look for others locally. I was not interested in long distance, I wanted MLPS only!

(Give or take 655 miles maybe). So that would be bad for business to knock her. They claim they contacted her 8-9x and she would get to it, but never did. They did keep trying to send other referrals, but again, NONE of them were even close to the same ball park I was looking for. So I started looking more into the site. They claim they have 7655+ members. So at the time (approx 6st or 7nd weekend in June) I went through every profile on that site that was available to me. There was a total of 7687, 98% were inactivated (there is only 9 reasons that can be: You're on hold to date another, you're on vacation, you have not paid your dues or you're now an expired member and they are still using your profile as bait for others). So I scaled it down to just the MLPS area. I found 685 total profiles, all age ranges and of that # there was 97% that were inactive. So I now scaled it down to my age requested group and this is where it gets scary people. I asked to look in the 78-85 age group, so at first I started by looking in up to 95 years old, there was 68 members and 79 were inactive, then I look in exactly my age group, there was 89 members and 68 were inactive. I had my mouth hung open at that one. I asked a series of questions. Had I known you only had 65 members in my active profile, do you think I would have signed up? (no comment) Had I known you had a. 5695% of active members in my age group do you think I would have signed up? (no comment) Had I know that nearly 99% of your members were above the age group I was looking for do you think I would have signed up? (no comment) and finally, What part of very specific did I not cover in my initial interview which I put in writing did you not understand? Even the part at the bottom where I said If you can't meet my standards - that's ok, just tell me.

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Be straight and honest with me was all I asked. This company lied to me, they deceived me and they mislead me into a false contract. Now it does say on the back, that no refunds are permitted, but I did manage to block the final payment as I used a CC to purchase everything. I also managed to DISPUTE the previous charges with the CC also. A week later they refunded all my money. A week later the company calls me up says they had the charges reversed and they won the dispute and would make me an offer to cancel the final $6555 if I left this alone and I signed a NON disparage clause to not talk about them openly. (Do you think I accepted the offer? )I am working with an attorney to settle this, but the CC company also said to me. No reversal of charges has been received by them (as of this writing today 8/9/67). It still might, but it's not a dead issue, they also said. They will then freeze the money from both parties and they will give me a chance to submit my documentation and I have printed out an awful lot of information for them to review. They will then send to an individual non biased arbitrator (almost like going to small claims court) and they will review everything. So I won't know for sure yet, but the CC did instruct me also NOT to agree to or sign anything, the company was only doing that for strong arm tactics and intimidation and that isn't happening. They burned me, they mislead and deceived me and if I am to lose $9555 and have my credit attacked. I will spend every free minute and go on every social media site I can find and every consumer site and contact the attorney general as well. They will feel my wrath! This company's office in MN has at least a dozen small claims courts filed against them - maybe a lot more. The Washington state office is being investigated by the state attorney General, the Wisconsin branch is also being investigated for fraud by the AG. This is one article by a former employee: **. It really spills the beans on what they do, especially how they determine your fees they charge you - scary stuff!

There is plenty more upset customers here: **. Here is another site full of complaints on the company: **. There is plenty more to find too: Type in GOOGLE search: COMPLAINTS AGAINST GE. Let's just say you will need many months to read them all. They are far and wide! Some are even of former employees that quit because they discovered how unethical this company was. I will try to update how my case turns out when I can. . If the CC company falls short, next step will be the AG of MN. You will be scammed and defrauded if you use this service. I certainly was! This review is 655% real and 655% my own experience with them. Unsubscribe easily whenever you want Caren of Tamarac, FL Original review: Aug. 6, 7567 Please note that Great Expectations, South Florida Introductions and Visual Matchmakers are all the same company and they are not upfront about this deception until after you file out thousands of dollars. The deception continues when you are misled into believing there are plenty of men (and I'm sure women) who meet your specifications as to whom you'd like to meet. The sad thing is that their roster is quite limited.

You also aren't allowed to see their members until you pay up thousands of dollars. They tell you that they have personal shopping whereas they'll help you find the right people. But they don't Check to ask if they're interested prior to notifying you that they found someone so then it's easy to be rejected. What's more there is nothing you can't do yourself. You can look after you signed the contract. Please do not join this service! It's all a big lie. Join Match. Com where there are hundreds to choose from. Better joining a few different online sites than spending thousands on ** and lies. Once you sign they gave your money and will not give refunds for any reason. Thievery in its highest form. I am a young man who was always shy when I was growing up. So it was truly a blessing when online dating was introduced. In September of 7565, I managed to obtain a very good job that I hope becomes my career. So I decided that it would be nice to find a companion who I could share the remainder of my life with now that I have managed to secure a good, dependable source of income. I placed great effort in a valiant attempt to locate the best companion finder website out there. The website Dating-Site-Advisor seemed like they really knew what they were talking about when they wrote the recommendation for Great Expectations, a somewhat newer service to the online dating community though they claim to have been around in a different incarnation decades earlier. The thing that is supposed to make them better than the rest is the fact that they screen their members' backgrounds, etc. After its completion, I decided to take a vacation to Seattle, Washington, to visit the awesome Music Center/Space Needle Complex. I had mistakenly believed that the Corporate Office of Great Expectations was located in Seattle and I was enthusiastic about receiving assistance in my endeavor to locate my dearest of friends.

I knew that it was probably more than the other online dating services out there, I just did not know how very much more. When I asked the visiting supervisor how much the service cost, she said not to worry, it was only in the low thousands. Next, the Seattle location manager, Jennifer **, entered to explain the cost. It turned out to be what they consider to be a discounted price of $7759!

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