The searchable age range closest to what I sought was 18-35.Remember that I was told that there were 125-150 members in the age range I mentioned (24-35).
After they charged me ,295 for my membership I discovered how severely they had misled me: they currently have 22 active women in the entire 18-35 age range for St.This is the best way to manage and repair your business reputation. Consumers want to see how a business took care of business. How those businesses take care of those complaints is what separates good businesses from the rest.Consumers love to do business with someone that can admit mistakes and state how they made improvements.They were formerly called "Great Expectations," but now they are called Club1.It is the same company, and everything I stated in my report above applies to this company (now Club1).I wanted to update my complaint from several months ago with additional information I have learned during my complaint process with the Great Expectations St. Though I have many complaints about the unethical and deceptive business practices by the Great Expectations St.Louis office, located in Maryland Heights, my primary complaint is that they misled me about their membership numbers.She then told me that I could also use their service to meet women through their centers anywhere in the country, or even women who "visited" St. I told her I wanted to know approximately how many female members they had IN THE ST. I finally got her to reveal that they had about 125-150 females in St. The contract they wanted me to sign says all over it that there are no cancellations or refunds for any reason, so I emphasized that before I would agree to sign up, I needed them to be honest and very clear with me about how many members they had.I repeated that I was looking specifically for women within a 24-35 age range, and in the St. They assured me that they had 125-150 women in that category, and better still, that they had about 20 NEW women signing up each month within that age range in St. They also told me that most of the women in that group did NOT already have children (which I said was important to me).) In addition, despite my being told that all members "must" have photos and videos in their profiles, at least one-third of the profiles lacked one, the other, or both.I called the GE office immediately to ask whether I was missing something or perhaps not using their database correctly.