That's what Mile High Singles charges for its VIP membership, though the price seems to vary depending on how much customers are willing to pay.But multiple customers tell the FOX31 Problem Solvers they feel they got taken. Their purpose is to take your money during that interview," said one female customer who asked to have her identity protected because she's embarrassed she paid ,995 for what she thought would be a high-end matchmaking service.DMZ Group, LLC, is a Bellevue-based licensee of Great Expectations, a dating service with independently owned and operated centers throughout the nation.The Washington Attorney General’s Office has accused the company of making misrepresentations during its sales pitches, including significantly overstating the number of members to choose from and failing to disclose all costs.
The Problem Solvers approached Mc Dowell as she came to work one morning in early February, but she refused to answer any questions.
Experience Our experienced and friendly staff will take you by the hand and walk you through the process.
Accountability We're not an Internet singles dating service.
Mc Dowell told a producer during an undercover interview that, “We’re extremely selective who we send out the invitation to, only 52 percent receive the invite and of course I look for honesty.” In reality, Mile High Singles will extend a membership invitation to anyone it can convince to pay thousands of dollars up front for a service that isn’t much different from
The good news for Black is the small claims court judge awarded him a default judgment when Mc Dowell refused to show up for the mediation hearing even though the judge gave her an extra 90 minutes.