I feel for this lady, I know from experience what Equally Yoked is like.
They used to call me every month or so and literally harass me into coming in for the preliminary meeting.
They equate their businesses to executive search firms; some refer to themselves as headhunters for the heart.
For men and women with money, prestige or a wall of diplomas who want to keep their search for a mate under wraps, matchmakers offer the confidentiality they want with the hope of improving their chances of meeting the perfect partner.
High powered aggressive sales tactics and distractions to lure you into a contract b.
Luckily, I usually so busy I never had time to go in, I am glad I read this article and I will avoid this place like the plague.
A friend joined Equally Yoked a couple of years ago and asked me to join with her so we could attend some of their events. My favorite cousin's wife died, however, the night of the appointment.
It's 18 months later and they finally stopped calling in October. The Republic notes that Equally Yoked has had eight BBB complaints in the last 36 months, four of which are contract issues, one a billing issue, one a service issue, and one a product issue, at least six of which were not resolved in a way acceptable to the consumer ("The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to the BBB" or "BBB determined the company made a reasonable offer to resolve the issues, but the consumer did not accept the offer.").
For the BBB, that's good enough for a "satisfactory" record for a company that's an accredited member.