Great expectation dating review

25-Dec-2015 10:13

Great Expectations (GE) is a nationwide scam dating service that goes under a variety of aliases (including...

I do not remember how long ago but would say in about 1999 or 2000, I joined Great Expectations. They do charge way way to much money for the available singles.

I will be posting this everywhere to let people know they are scum of the earth.

I happen to have the call recorded and am filing suit against them.

When I joined, they wouldn't tell me how many single female members they had in my preferred range, say an 8 year span, but after joining, I found out there were four (4) available women!!!

Two were not my type at all and the other two never replied. If you have been scammed by John Meriggi's company Great Expectations I urge you to file a complaint with the FTC, your state Attorney General, the BBB, and your local news station investigative reporters.

In 2012 after being a widow for over 3 years, I fell victim to this predatory business.

I had a terrible encounter with them and would like other consumers to be aware of the following: 1.

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Morbid scum to call a number they know has had enough of them.

If the company promised meetings, that's one thing (and one the woman in the four year program says she was promised dates, so perhaps there's a claim there), but it seems unrealistic to simply expect dates when there's the entire other half o the equation to consider.

While the fees being paid (and the idea of signing up for a four year membership that promises marriage) seems somewhat staggering, especially considering the competition, it just seems like these women made a bad decision in signing up for this service.

Then the calls, no matter the cease and desist given to never call again, every now and then.

Craigslist Surfers - Run fake ads to get your number, they got mine over a year and a half ago and will not stop calling, even when told to ** off. they take numbers off Craigslist and probe Craigslist with fake ads, that is how they get your number.

Morbid scum to call a number they know has had enough of them.If the company promised meetings, that's one thing (and one the woman in the four year program says she was promised dates, so perhaps there's a claim there), but it seems unrealistic to simply expect dates when there's the entire other half o the equation to consider.While the fees being paid (and the idea of signing up for a four year membership that promises marriage) seems somewhat staggering, especially considering the competition, it just seems like these women made a bad decision in signing up for this service. Then the calls, no matter the cease and desist given to never call again, every now and then. Craigslist Surfers - Run fake ads to get your number, they got mine over a year and a half ago and will not stop calling, even when told to ** off. they take numbers off Craigslist and probe Craigslist with fake ads, that is how they get your number.A company's rating is calculated using a mathematical algorithm that evaluates the information in your profile.