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Dating Services and Sites and Numbers of Members

Two articles came out recently about exaggerations of membership by dating sites.  “Great Expectations” is being sued by the Pennsylvania Attorney General for inflating their numbers of members and success rate.  See the details here.  I have not heard good comments from my clients who have used “Great Expectations.”  Their prices are steep: as much as $3,500 a year.  Sounds like they are big on expectations and low on results.

True.com, which seems to have a gift for overstatement and headline grabbing, states their membership at now over 10,000 10,000,000 in a press release.   But industry insiders doubt the numbers.  See Mark Brooks’ Online Personals Watch and the comments connected to the entry for more.

From Your Romance Coach, Kathryn Lord



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