I was helping people in much the same way that I did in the fitness industry, but the focus was helping them find the love they sought and deserved.Most of my clients are successful women, highly educated, attractive, and genuinely interested in meeting a lifelong partner.
The media seems to relish in painting these so-called victims as baby lambs who were innocently in search of their soul mates and vindictively scorned by "evil matchmakers" they paid boatloads of money to.
What is never printed or addressed is the absolute terrorizing trauma these "victims" put their matchmaker through.
(in retrospect, Jack Lalanne, the respected and successful "godfather of fitness" died with a multimillion-dollar fortune and a six-pack, go figure...) I should have known it was a bad idea when I was called by New York City's most iconic matchmaker to have lunch so she could welcome me into the business.
She looked me dead in the eyes and said, "Honey please tell me that women aren't going to be your paying clients..they?
His rejection led her to file a slandered-filled lawsuit based on her assertions that I "forced" a grown man to go on THREE "fake dates" with her.