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The local affiliate of Great Expectations - a company called DMZ Group, LLC - also signed a settlement in which it agreed to restrict its marketing practices and give partial refunds to unsatisfied customers.The settlement, filed Tuesday in King County Superior Court, has no admission or finding of wrongdoing.Whether or not you agree with the law (and it's not at all clear why such a law is needed), it still seems like these women entered into an arrangement where they knew what they were getting into.In what world can their be a guarantee that you'll meet someone if there simply are no matches and no one wants to meet you back?A dating company that markets professional singles to the type of person they’re looking for.
The couple has two daughters together and recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary.They came in search of love, and Great Expectations told them it had thousands of potential mates just waiting to meet them, including doctors, helicopter pilots, attorneys, and for the women - "hunks." So the lonelyhearts shelled out thousands of dollars. That's the story reported by KIRO last year, which helped prompt an investigation by the state Attorney General's office.That led to a complaint filed Tuesday that the Bellevue-based dating service had been overpromising its goods with high-pressure sales pitches.On February 14, 1976, Great Expectations opened their doors for the first time.The idea for video dating came about when founder, Jeffery Ullman, was at a dinner party and ran into an old college friend.
With more than 35 years of experience, Great Expectations has continued to not only set the standard in the dating world, but also the business model for all dating services.