The police showed up and I did get some of my paperwork back, but I didn't get it all. It's a waste of your time, money, and emotions. Thanks for taking the time to read this and I wish you the best in finding someone whom you can truly enrich their lives as much as they will yours.
Again, this story is for you to know how they: * are a hard sell, * claim to be a "Christian" based company that really isn't * try to entice you with terminology o that you will have to qualify in order to be allowed into their membership o that reflect how they will have one of their girls meet you physically upon your arrival * will use any and ALL information to show you that your ways of meeting people don't work and that The Right One is the ONLY way to meet quality people. Truly, A Concerned Individual Sounds like a full-blown version of what I went through with Great Expectorations back in 2000.
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I felt like asking Nicole if here boss (whom I had never met) would offer me a lower price, but I kept my mouth shut.
This was hard The boss came in and went through the same spiel that Nicole did.
I hung tough, didn't give them my SSN or any other personal info...
but the 2 guys who interviewed me did everything but get on their knees and beg me to buy.
They continued to call for several more days until I picked up the phone and asked Carole, who this was. I stated it didn't matter, this phone number (702-418-3860) had been continually calling me for the past week and I wanted to know who they were.
She finally told me that she was with The Right One.
As she wouldn't let me decide later, I finally stated no, that I didn't want their services.
From here Nicole said that she was going to meet with her boss and have her come in to say goodbye.
I answered her by again saying that I wasn't going to make a decision tonight and wanted to think about it.