Beware the so-called Matchmakers!
Trixie was so exited, she had just paid the hefty fee ($3000) and signed up with Matchmakers Sacramento* Her Romance Counselor, Kitty, told her she would be inundated with wonderful men her age.
Kitty assured Trixie that there were dozens of men that fit the description of her “dream date.” She said there were more men in her age group (30-50) than any other.
She also divulged that the company didn’t use any of those newfangled contraptions call computers; that there were highly-trained, highly-motivated, educated, Real Matchmakers.
Trixie left the office on Cloud Nine.
Two weeks flew by and she had heard nothing from the Matchmaker. She called Kitty and inquired about the “long list” of potential men
Kitty said she was looking for the one, really perfect, connection for her and didn’t want Trixie to waste her time on anybody that wasn’t less-than-perfect. She did say, she just enrolled a very handsome, mature, bachelor. He preferred…
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