I find that making our desires and expectations clear in today’s dating world is becoming more difficult, and definitely more rare. There has been more than one occasion when I have been told by a woman that she has been taken on a (first) date by a man who acted like a perfect gentleman all night, up until he transformed from Dr. Hyde when she told him she wasn’t going to sleep with him.
Perhaps it is because people are too caught up in getting what they want for themselves that they forget to clue the other person in. When something like this happens, a man’s true colors show.
Meriggi, Great Expectations’ Director Michael Buhler and Sales Representative Geri Schencker.
The lawsuit alleges that Great Expectations used coercive sales tactics, misrepresentations and other deceptive practices to sell expensive dating service memberships to Arizona consumers, typically costing thousands of dollars.
But even further than that, when we really start to know someone – who is going to want the same things as us?
Who is going to be up front, honest, and not betray our trust by talking one way and acting another? Regardless, it seems as though while the communication of expectations is decreasing, the actual expectations themselves are becoming more and more serious.
In June 2008, Goddard filed a lawsuit alleging that Great Expectations violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act and the Arizona Dating Referral Services Act.
Also named in the lawsuit were Sun West Video’s President John R.
23, 2009) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced a 0,000 settlement with Sun West Video, Inc., doing business as Great Expectations for Singles (Great Expectations), a dating service located in Scottsdale.If he is truly interested in you and something intimate happens, great.If he is truly interested in you and something intimate doesn’t happen, great.The remaining 0,000 will be paid to the state for consumer fraud prevention.The settlement also requires the company to correct its alleged deceptive business practices, including misrepresenting the makeup of its member database and the status of its members, illegally obtaining consumers' protected credit information and extending the term of its membership agreements beyond that allowed by law.The alleged illegal practices include: Assistant Attorney General Cherie Howe handled this case.