Officials with the Better Business Bureau say they're regularly bombarded by complaints from hundreds of dissatisfied dating-service customers. Last year the BBB reported a 73 percent jump in complaints. Especially in these recessionary times, the following tips can help you avoid spending too much or hiring a dating service that isn't right for you:. Realize that you may not meet your match through a service. That, of course, is a lot of money.
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Haggard's Law is an adage named after Pastor Ted Haggard — despite his not being gay in any way, shape or form. It is used as a purely sarcastic musing that people who strongly object to homosexuality may be likely to engage in homosexual activities, and is based on the numerous public scandals     of famous figures who oppose homosexuality and homosexual behavior. Instances of Haggard's Law are gleefully spread by the media for an audience that revels in such scandalous behavior. Haggard's Law made its first published appearance in an article  written by Dennis DiClaudio of Comedy Central fame and is named after American evangelical preacher Ted Haggard.
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As used in this chapter, a dating service contract is any contract with any organization that offers dating, matrimonial, or social referral services by any of the following means: a An exchange of names, telephone numbers, addresses, and statistics. However, this does not negate the obligation of the buyer to cancel the contract by mail, telegram, or delivery as required pursuant to this section. A copy of the contract shall be provided to the buyer at the time he or she signs the contract.
Some Las Vegas singles say a valley dating service has left them heartbroken and suffering buyer's remorse. Vegas Valley Introductions claims to offer matchmaking services and relationship coaching for singles in the Las Vegas area. The company's owner, Patti Novak, calls herself America's Matchmaker. I'm certainly the best in this valley in my personal opinion," she says. But former clients Melinda Marshall and Donna Lowary say they tried the service and had a bad experience.