Great expectations dating houston complaints
A class action lawsuit against Great Expectations claims the dating service deprived customers of the right to cancel their contracts.
According to the Dating Service Contract Act passed by state legislature, customers are allowed 72 hours to cancel their contracts.
When I began to examine the women they had on line, there were none of the quality shown me at the interview. None of the promises they made were ever to come true. They would not let me see their website and showed me pictures of women who I later found out were not even available.
Reluctantly attended high-pressure sales meeting..not allowed to leave until contract signed; could not view potential matches until signed contratct.
NOTHING of what was promised was delivered after signing.
Few professionals online were, I believe, phoney profiles (usually "taking a break and not available). When I was interviewing with the lovely young woman who represented Great Expectations, I was shown a great many profiles of eligible women in the age group I was interested in. I am an attractive, successful businesswoman, and was told I'd be hearing from many potential mates.
I know that men were given cheaper rates than women. Contract stated that you did not have normal cancellation period. After signing a very costly membership contract I was photographed, ( I am a professional photographer) and then put on their service. I had been recently widowed when I joined, and I feel they played on my vulnerability at the time.
Complaints to company were shunned with the response "you signed a contract" NOT 'how can we assist you better? I am making monthly payments on my Great Expectations account.