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A homeless 37-year-old who was banned from a Starbucks for asking a barista, 16, on a date has admitted lying about his age on dating sites to try and meet young girls.
She claims the company was "using extreme and persistent high-pressure sales tactics." A statement of defence has not yet been filed in the case, and the allegations have not been proven in court.
But Taylor said she too has serious concerns about the company.
An information package describes the service as a "premier matchmaking service for upscale and mature singles" with an "introduction process that has produced thousands of relationships." She eventually agreed to sign on and filled out a form, asking for a match with an attractive and gainfully employed man close to her own age, she said.
"Your self-esteem is already low when you go to someplace like that, because you're thinking I'm such a loser, I have to go to a company to find me a date," she said.
They set you up very quickly so you don't have time to change your mind, and then it's a brush-off after that." Edmonton Matchmakers has not responded to CBC Edmonton's repeated requests for comment.
"And then they set you up with someone completely inappropriate.The company was also found in violation of the Texas Internet Dating Safety Act and debt-collection regulations.Service Alberta investigated Clark's claim in 2015 but found "insufficient evidence" to identify an offence or enforce regulations."I thought, 'Oh my god, somebody went public with that,' because I've been basically hiding in my house in shame since it happened," said Taylor. I've long wanted to do something myself and bring this company to light because I'm sure Margaret and I are not the only two people out there." Taylor went to the company's office in July of 2015 to inquire about a membership.She alleges that was subjected to an aggressive sales pitch, which "hacked away at her self-esteem." The contract with the company promised to provide her 12 "referrals" but not a successful match.