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They will refuse a potential client if they have a felony.
What they dont tell you is, they're not running them when you walk into the door, but they run it after they already have your money.
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.
This is definitely the worst purchase that I have ever made in my life.
The company was being sued in Pennsylvania, so maybe there is hope for us in other states.
The best thing about GE is that they do run criminal background checks on everyone who joins.
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Shame on me for not investigating further because the Atlanta version of their website is early 1990-ish; you can only search on age and weight and the website is so unfriendly and cumbersome to navigate.
They do a poor job with posting updates to your profile and let people contact you that do not meet your search criteria.
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Apparently, one woman paid $1,000 for a six month membership and met no one, while the other woman paid $3,790 for the (no, seriously) "Marriage Program." Ah, no wonder the expectations were set a bit high.