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"They checked my credit and used the information to 'convince me' that I could afford the fee which was over ,000, even suggesting I could put it on my credit card.
They also did the old 'I can give you a special deal, but I have to ask my manager' sort of thing, leaving the room and all."According to the lawsuit, Scharf's experiences were typical.
The lawsuit, filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court, claims Great Expectations overstated the size of its membership, its membership in specific age groups and other categories and how many members wound up getting married.The best thing about GE is that they do run criminal background checks on everyone who joins.They will refuse a potential client if they have a felony.Scharf is one of the more than 1,000 Wisconsin residents who enrolled in Great Expectations, a nationwide dating service that the state Department of Justice has accused of deceptive marketing practices and improper contracts.State prosecutors have sued the company to get money back for customers like Scharf.
Once you sign the contract, you’re liable for the money. They do have approx 2,000 clients, however a little under 924 are active.