Prices for great expectations dating service

18-Nov-2019 19:46

As I understand it, contract fees are determined based on the amount of available credit each individual has.I feel deceived and no longer want to participate in the Great Expectations Dating Service.This is the best way to manage and repair your business reputation. Consumers want to see how a business took care of business. How those businesses take care of those complaints is what separates good businesses from bad businesses. Would not allow me to view web site after I paid for it, I now suspect it was because my 72 hours after signing the contract was not up.Consumers love to do business with someone that can admit mistakes and state how they made improvements. Devious, untruthful tactics used to obtain members. Did not offer me the choice of 1yr membership as stated in the contract. Sales person told me that activities were included in the price and I found out later that they are not. I know that if I had seen my choices of available men from their data base I would have most certainly canceled the contract within the 72 hours. Employees knew how furious I was when I found out how much I was lied to...Shame on me for not investigating further because the Atlanta version of their website is early 1990-ish; you can only search on age and weight and the website is so unfriendly and cumbersome to navigate.They do a poor job with posting updates to your profile and let people contact you that do not meet your search criteria.and told me that they would have Dan call me, to the day he has not! Company misleads people with disguising their actual name with Palm Harbor Dating probably because they have a bad reputation and would not get the responses like mine under their real name. Suspect they do not do background investigations on members as their literature is contradictory to the fact. I will most likely be banned from the company now since I have spoken up in their office about how misleading and devious they were.Even if I was able to continue as a member why would I want to?

Consumers love to do business with someone that can admit mistakes and state how they made improvements.They suck you in right away when you walk in the place-the receptionists all look like Playboy playmates, and I was told by a nice-looking saleslady how many dates I would receive, and other bs.They required you pay upfront with a credit card, which I did on a Thursday or Friday.It's not a narrow minded attitude that makes me resentful of GE, it's attitudes like Cynthia's that do.You swear by the company because they cut you a check every two weeks, not because you actually ever tried their services, if you can call it a service.

Consumers love to do business with someone that can admit mistakes and state how they made improvements.

They suck you in right away when you walk in the place-the receptionists all look like Playboy playmates, and I was told by a nice-looking saleslady how many dates I would receive, and other bs.

They required you pay upfront with a credit card, which I did on a Thursday or Friday.

It's not a narrow minded attitude that makes me resentful of GE, it's attitudes like Cynthia's that do.

You swear by the company because they cut you a check every two weeks, not because you actually ever tried their services, if you can call it a service.

I would just like to rebutt Cynthia's comment, former GE employee in Austin, TX.