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In today's fast paced society, we often hire people to assist us in meeting our goals. We hire accountants, real estate agents, financial planners, housekeepers, etc... Why not a Matchmaker?
Old Fashioned Matchmaking at it's Finest
Camelot Introductions is a unique Matchmaking Service working with people who are looking for long term relationships.
Hundreds of people have been married as a direct result of the intuitive matchmaking by Camelot Introductions.
Camelot Introductions is selective with whom they work with. Camelot carefully pre-screens potential clients and is selective when making matches. A criminal record check is performed by a Private Investigator. Our system is organized and has been successful for hundreds of individuals.
When looking for love, it makes sense to have you marketed by a competent, efficient, successful matchmaker. Generally, people utilizing the services of a Matchmaker are very serious. They are often too busy in other aspects of their lives. They have been through the blind dates arranged by friends and are beyond the bar scene and not impressed by internet dating. Often successful, happy, secure individuals join a matchmaking service to expand their options in regards to seeking a mate.
According to H. Jackson Brown Jr. 90% of your happiness or misery is determined by whom you marry.
What to Look for When Joining a Matchmaking Service
- It is crucial that you are interviewed in person by the individual that will be doing your matching.
- Ensure they are upfront with the fees. Do not attend an interview if the cost is not disclosed on the telephone prior to attending your appointment. Do not choose the service solely based on fees.
- It is advisable that you join a service where both men and women pay the same amount. This balances the seriousness of both parties. Be leery of a company that is prepared to discount their fees. This demonstrates company instability.
- Attend the office to evaluate the stability of the company. The office should be organized pleasant and secure
- Check out the credentials of the company with the Better Business Bureau. Check to see if they are the members in good standing. Ask how long they have been in business.
- Understanding the system that is used to contact you. An ideal situation is a 24-hour number that you can call reporting outcomes of your introductions. How is confidentiality assured? Do they mail out confidential data about you? This often tends to circulate amongst others and can be intrusive. Do you know when they will contact you and what to expect? Presentation of photos can often compromise confidentiality.
- A sense of comfort should be felt during the interview process. If there is a feeling of being pressured or coerced, be very wary.
- Be as open and realistic as you can be.
- Be Patient. A good matchmaker will only match you to people with whom you have long-term potential.
- Having a comfortable relationship with your matchmaker often paves the road to a successful match.