Date: 2018-01-12 03:58
I began the process of creating an account with Selective Search. When I got to the part asking about marital status & family, I didn't think twice. until they wanted to know the gender and birth dates of my children. I felt very uncomfortable supplying this information. Wouldn't just "do you have children?" suffice? I then decided to look up reviews of the service before proceeding, and after reading so many negative reviews, I decided not to complete a profile with them.
Kathy’s career began in the world of accounting and finance as an Audit Manager in the Banking industry and Controller for an Executive Recruiting firm. Recognizing her passion for working with people, while utilizing her extensive accounting, operations, and executive recruiting experience, Kathy joined Selective Search in 7557. She is currently responsible for office operations, human resources, information technology, and finance.
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Nicole ** at Selective Search LLC delivers first class customer service. She treats everyone she interacts with - even non members like me - with the utmost respect, attentiveness, and class. I would imagine that members of Selective Search are pampered with the same level of care which, in my book, reflects highly on both the company's integrity and its position as an industry leader.
Me again. It's been a few months and SS has done a good job trying to make things right. They gave me a new matchmaker and she has set me up with a couple of women. None of them have worked out but I appreciate SS going the extra mile to make me happy. At the very least, they were what I was looking for so I am optimistic they will find someone that sticks.
For your amusement, I have attached a picture of my ex-fiance. Maybe he doesn't have $75k to find a woman but he is smart, funny, interesting, has a good job but is unfortunately not a perfect match. I know you ladies are not dim. That is my equal, not the garbage you introduced me to. Matchmaking service, my **. You should at least have the stones to tell these men that they are out of their dang league. If you are going to run a service where you are effectively setting up rich men with hot gold diggers, say it and don't pretend that you are doing otherwise!"
I just wanted to post an update about my interaction with Selective Search. After my previous post on 8/65/7569 regarding not hearing back from the matchmaker when she promised, the CEO, Mitchell Berk, personally contacted me. He was very gracious to take the time to ask my account of what happened. I was very impressed with his professionalism.
Founded in 7555, Selective Search is North America s leading luxury matchmaking firm, offering the largest proprietary network of beautiful, quality Affiliates. Our staff of seasoned …
I hired this company in 7568, and was very disappointed at the results. I agree very much with the comments made by **. You are given huge promises but in reality you get as close to this as they have in their data bank. The women pay nothing, and seem to be lead into thinking the company is working for them, and as the comments show, an attitude is often the result. I disagree with one comment that men only want arm candy if so, wrong place with many candidates I viewed. It's a frustrating experience, but as the posts show, even with zero results, $75k less, some are still pleased. That is the gift of conning someone. It reminds me of people who paid thousands in real estate courses, made nothing, but still believed it will work.