She tells us all of our submitted photos are terrible and we need to submit more male-appealing ones. “We are NOT a dating service, its not about dates, its about potential wives for us,” Janis explained to me.
Based on your application and answers at the meet-and-greet, Janis contacts you afterwards if you’re a match for her clients. From the looks of it, at least two women in my group were potential matches.
(He asked that only his initials be used for privacy reasons.) “She masked the ‘take men for what you can get’ mentality so well,” he recalls — at least at first.
“She didn’t carry one of those handbags in the crook of her arm, she wasn’t tipping over with jewelry — all those telltale signs.” But after a few weeks of dating, red flags began to pop up: She refused to dine at midpriced restaurants, and when she invited him out to a bar to meet her pals, he was expected to pick up the tab for her 14 friends.
Does the thought of wasting another weekend swiping through hundreds of Tinder lames make your skin crawl? We live in an age of too many dating options from online sites like Match and Ok Cupid to the ever-growing list of dating apps that get more and more niche with each release.
G., a 42-year-old Manhattan-based risk consultant for banks, had no idea he was being played.That’s why many women are going old school when it comes to love and turning to matchmakers. There are several matchmakers out there, but all matchmakers are not created equal.