The advertising stated that the company screens its members and performs a criminal background check, according to Mc Carthy's lawsuit, filed on June 4 in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Mercer County.She said she was told by a representative that "Two of Us would provide quality matches at the rate of one or two during every two-week period."Mc Carthy and her attorney, David Knapp, declined to comment.
Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio (NEW YORK) -- Jeanne Mc Carthy, 65, thought she would meet a "quality" man when she paid $7,000 for a professional matchmaking service.
Instead, she said she got one date with a man with three drunk driving convictions and an outstanding criminal warrant. J., branch of Two of Us, a brick and mortar matchmaking service with 15 offices nationwide.
Mc Carthy is suing PMM Inc., which is doing business as Two of Us in Lawrenceville, for breach of contract, fraud and consumer fraud, and requests her money back plus unspecified punitive damages.
The suit states Two of Us breached their agreement by failing to "provide one or two matches over a two month period as promised and by failing to adequately evaluate and screen the matches" referred to her. 13, 2011, Mc Carthy signed up for a membership agreement for a non-refundable fee of $7,000.
(NEW YORK) -- Mention AARP, and most people think of Social Security, Medicare, senior discounts but not love.
Now the group is now getting into the dating business, launching an online dating channel, and an online dating site for the over 50 crowd.The Southern California resident hasn’t tried online dating yet but says she might gravitate to an AARP site because for her the group has a trustworthy “history and reputation, [so] I would be comfortable.”Carol Siflinger agrees, writing in response to a Facebook question about the new site, “It is a great idea!I would hope singles going to this site would be of a better caliber than “meat market” sites!S."The money transferred was usually over ,000 and as high as ,000, according to the indictment.None of the victims, "including 29 at-risk adults," that investigators spoke to had their money returned, the indictment stated.It’ll be competing with Our Time, which bills itself as the premier online 50 dating service.