Woman sues dating service
Clark's lawsuit notes e Love and Alberta Matchmakers are both registered trade names owned by Canada Introductions.Edmonton's Better Business Bureau gives Edmonton Matchmakers a rating of A- but several customer reviews are less flattering.They could wait until you die." Clark's contract states that after clients receive their first referral they "will not be entitled to any refund." "We will provide to you a total of 16 referrals on an as-available basis," reads the contract, adding the company does not guarantee "the time it may take to find referrals for you based on your compatibility with our Membership base." The lawsuit says Clark met her one match for a lunch date shortly after signing up.Both agreed they were "wrongfully mismatched." According to court documents, Clark never received another referral and her calls and emails to the company were not returned.According to the lawsuit, Clark paid ,494.75 in December 2014 for a membership with Edmonton Matchmakers at their office in Old Strathcona.
None of the allegations have been proven in court and a statement of defence has not been filed.
Daggett later pursued a stalking complaint against him.
Daggett, who reached a settlement with the agency, said she had hoped to find someone to spend her retirement with.
In addition to the 0,000 fine, Lone Star was ordered to pay ,000 in restitution to customers.
The company was also found in violation of the Texas Internet Dating Safety Act and debt-collection regulations.