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She said she hasn't visited the company's site since July.
Christine said it's unreasonable for Musack to expect a refund because the majority of the company's expenses are incurred when a new member signs up, such as performing a criminal background check and producing high-quality photos and videos.
A letter sent asking for a copy of my contract AND a corporate address was returned with a ONLY a compy of my contract.
2/09/10 - Unfortunately, I cannot update my review with positive words.
So when an Internet ad caught her eye -- "Meet singles in your area over 50" -- she was inspired to find out more about Great Expectations' dating service in Minnesota.Despite her experience with Great Expectations, Musack hasn't given up on online dating.In August, she signed up with a free, no-frills service that claims to have 30 million registered members. I was denied an appointment within the three days hearing the photographer was "booked." Coincidence? Since then, I have found profiles on line w/o photos and w/o videos. I was told there were 100s (hundreds) of profiles in the age range I specified to select from. SCHAUMBURG -- You are offered the standard 3 business days to cancel your contract (you MUST include Saturday as this center is open Saturdays) yet, I was told I was not allowed to look at the database until AFTER your video and pics are done. I was told the large upfront fee (00 - 00) was all inclusive only to learn, there is a 0 maintenance fee to the database host every 6 months, and a 0 fee to upgrade your photos to look like the quality you are shown in your sales pitch.
"Once I got in there, I was quick to learn that 70 percent of the members are inactive," said Musack, a claims manager with Regis Corp. This is information that is not specifically disclosed to people like me, at least not by this particular member rep." When Musack tried to cancel her membership and get a full or partial refund, she was repeatedly refused. We're going above and beyond what the contract states our responsibilities are." Musack's gripes about Great Expectations echo complaints from state officials in Wisconsin and Washington, which sued the company in 20 over deceptive marketing practices.