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I worked for Great Expectations in the Charlotte Center in Fort Mill, SC. I got so fed up with their un-ethical practices that I decided to get up and walk out.
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The complaint is against an online dating profile The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity The company or person contact no longer exists International boundaries Great Expectatations led me to believe that they were the premier datinmg site and they wouldn't even allow me to check out what they had available until after I signed up.Louis office and my experience with them:-They currently have only 22 active females in the entire 18-35 age range.-In recent months they have signed up less than one female per month in this age range.-They list members as “new in the last 60 days” when they are clearly not new within that time period (they are listed this way for well over 60 days)-When I called their office to ask about the discrepancy in their membership numbers, their director took nearly two weeks (after multiple calls from me to their office) to return my phone call.-They currently have a D rating and non-accredited status with the BBB as well as multiple unresolved complaints.-They have numerous complaints on file with the Attorney General’s office.-They took nearly two months to respond to the BBB and the Attorney General’s office after being contacted regarding my complaint.-A former employee has publicly described several very deceptive and unethical practices of the Great Expectations office: are many complaints about Great Expectations on online consumer web sites.-They falsely accused me of scheduling and not showing up for a video/photo appointment when I have phone records proving I never spoke with their office during this period.-They told me (and their contract also states) that all of their members must have a video and photo taken before being allowed access to their database, but several of their current female members’ profiles do not have both of these.-Their office charged me 0 to put onto a CD-ROM the photos they took of me when I activated my membership.They then never sent me the CD, forcing me to dispute the charge with my credit card company to receive a refund.-They violated their own contract, which states that disputes will be resolved via mandatory arbitration with the Better Business Bureau, when they chose not to respond to the arbitration agreement that the BBB sent them regarding my complaint.-Lawsuits have been filed recently against Great Expectations by the attorney general’s offices of Kansas, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and New York City, all alleging misrepresentation of services offered.-In an investigation report from KTVI’s "Contact 2" a few years ago, several people describe experiences almost identical to mine: FOX2They do keep expired members and members who fought to have their membership canceled still on the site but they list them as inactive, please check again soon. Most of the members are average working men and women who live pay check to pay check, however they state these are all professional people.There are some who make a very nice living, but if Im paying money for a service and Im making six figures, I dont think Im going to want to date someone who dropped out of school and is barely making ends meat.