Online dating has obviously been quite popular for some time now, but it appears that one company may have overstepped its legal bounds -- though, it's unclear why those legal bounds are there in the first place.The company, Great Expectations, apparently set expectations a little too high.Complaints to company were shunned with the response "you signed a contract" NOT 'how can we assist you better? I am making monthly payments on my Great Expectations account.I have not used the account much as I have never met anyone from their program in the time I have had an account with them.Few professionals online were, I believe, phoney profiles (usually "taking a break and not available). When I was interviewing with the lovely young woman who represented Great Expectations, I was shown a great many profiles of eligible women in the age group I was interested in. I am an attractive, successful businesswoman, and was told I'd be hearing from many potential mates.
This dating service promises many things and hundreds of eligible dates for approximately $5,000.Some members pay an additional $1,500 to place a picture on Great Expectations' Web site.If you or a loved one has suffered damages in this case, you may qualify for damages or remedies that may be awarded in a possible class action or lawsuit.Unlike other dating sites programs, if you are not satified with the service you can discontinue the service and not have to continue to pay for the service that you aren't using. So I still have to pay for this product even though I'm not using and don't want it anymore.