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.
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Herbert David Kelleher March 12, — January 3, was an American billionaire airline businessman and lawyer. He was the co-founder, later CEO , and chairman emeritus of Southwest Airlines until his death in After clerking for a New Jersey Supreme Court justice, Kelleher moved to Texas intending to start a law firm or a business. Kelleher and one of his law clients, Texas businessman Rollin King , created the concept with banker John Parker that later became Southwest Airlines.
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It was during our discussion when I visited the office in San Francisco; we were not the only ones in the roomIf she wants to get a way with this, shame of herGiven this, there are only people they sent me out in almost six monthsAccording to my match maker, matches is just about right in months see email 5 But there were actually not Thus we are far from being just rightPlease see attached email with highlights Here it is where we are: The company never made an effort to know about my world, about who I amNo one from the company have asked about the things I wrote about, books and articles, and other thingsThey in fact misrepresented me, one person I met through Kelleher was completely puzzled about my job because he got really a very different description If the Kelleher representative does not admit she misinformed about how their service works, how will she talk to me ever? If my matchmaker will not admit that she sent me out with people that she knew will not work, how will she still do matchmaking? If you are not true to yourself in our relationship, how do you want to continue working with me?