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With so many dating sites and services, some even free, George Latsis chose the matchmakers at Mile High Singles.He says he signed up for a VIP membership, “A one-time payment that includes everything.” George says he was told there would be 1,800 pre-screened women in the company’s database, of which about 1,000 in his dating demo of 35 to 45 year old women.He says he was also told all members pay the same price.When asked in a phone interview if all customers pay the same price, Hirsch replied, “Not necessarily, no.” When pressed about what would constitute Mile High Singles to make changes to its pricing per client, Hirsch replied, “That’s the proprietary information.In Arizona, Great Expectations was ordered to pay 0,000 back to customers and the state.Great Expectations of Denver changed its name to Mile High Singles.DENVER (CBS4)– Looking for love, that’s what some Denver singles were hoping to find but claim they got swindled out of thousands of dollars.Some customers of the dating service, Mile High Singles, have filed complaints with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.
In 2010, Great Expectations agreed to a settlement that provided partial refunds to some customers and restricted the way the company markets its services in Washington.
She said she hasn't visited the company's site since July.
Christine said it's unreasonable for Musack to expect a refund because the majority of the company's expenses are incurred when a new member signs up, such as performing a criminal background check and producing high-quality photos and videos.
“The one time they reached out to me,” she said, “They sent me three people – one of which was a woman.” These members took their frustrations to attorney Todd Macintosh and filed complaints with the Attorney General’s Office. paid different amounts of money, got different results, all of which were negative results,” said Macintosh. they were all told no.” Dee Dee Hirsch, Director of Mile High Singles, said they have a database of 2,800 people and maintain an “A ” rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Hirsch said with any customer complaints she’s never not “made every effort with anyone to make it right to resolve it.” Latsis said his partial refund offer was rescinded by the company.
When he got on the database, he says it was under 100 women in his demo. A second customer, who wanted to remain anonymous, told CBS4, “It’s a scam.” A third woman we spoke with, who also wants to remain anonymous, says she too found many “inactive” members.