Top 5 myths about Hiring a MatchMaker

“Matchmakers are for millionaires.” Wrong! My clients are everyday people like you and I. If you look around the grocery store, these people are my clients. Each single man or woman is unique and comes with his or her own set of circumstances. Also each person has their own set of financial circumstances as well. I believe everyone deserves love and I will design a program which will work within each person’s specific set of circumstances, both emotional and financial. Programs are designed to help each person find their dream without tapping into their grocery money. The truth is hiring a matchmaker is typically less expensive than a divorces might cost.

“Matchmakers are for losers.” The age-old stigma of hiring a matchmaker makes you a member of the desperate hearts and lonely souls club is long past. In fact, hiring a matchmaker is the “in” thing to do. There are countless shows on matchmaking (not that they are always an accurate portrayal of what a matchmaker really does). As a matchmaker, we screen out people who are not emotionally ready for a new and healthy relationship, no one wants to meet someone who has too much baggage.  “Everyone has some baggage but like with life, it’s easier when someone gives you a hand with it.” The last thing I want to do as a matchmaker is set someone up for failure. If someone has too many issues that are preventing them from dating successfully I chose to work on those issues first and this is where our life and date coaching fits in.

“I can go on line for free.” Of course you can go on line to one of those “free” sites, but the truth is, they are really not free. Think about all the time you have to invest into the free site, first by creating your charismatic profile, then weeding through thousands of profiles looking for a match, then messaging back and forth, and, you are lucky, you might even make it to a date. I know that I value my time and time is money. Also consider money you waste on disappointing and pointless encounters or the “girl” in Russia who needs you to send $1000 so she can leave her country to be with you! Point is, you get what you pay for.

“Only men pay to hire a matchmaker.” This may be the case for some services, but it is clearly the exception, not the rule. The way I see it is that both men and women pay for the service because by paying a fee you are showing a definite level of sincerity and desire to make the matching process work. You are making both a financial and an emotional commitment.

“If I hire a matchmaker everyone in town will know.” One of our top priorities as a matchmaker is to protect the confidentiality of our clients. You can expect the same type of confidentiality you would receive under the doctor/patient, lawyer/client relationship. We are here to protect and help you and not to humiliate you. We will never ever sell your information to a list company however on line services do that all the time.

So, who hires a matchmaker? Again, everyday people like you and I hire a matchmaker. People who are busy with their careers and/or family hire a matchmaker. People who don’t want to waste their time browsing through thousands of profiles online only to come out frustrated and dateless, hire a matchmaker. People who don’t want to waste their time meeting the wrong people hire a matchmaker. People who are serious and sincere about finding someone special to share their life with hire a matchmaker.

When you need your taxes done, you hire an accountant. When you are sick, you go to a doctor. When you have a legal problem, you hire a lawyer. When you are tired of being alone, tired of wasting your time dating the wrong people and when you are ready to be proactive, YOU hire a matchmaker because that is what intelligent people do. So before you say you are not interested in hiring a matchmaker, be sure you have all the facts before making that decision.


p.s.  If you feel you may need a little push in the right direction visit my Personal Services Page to determine how I may be able to help!

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4 Responses to “Top 5 myths about Hiring a MatchMaker”

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  2. MissLuv

    Great post! Much better than having your friends set you up!

  3. Christian

    Miss Match Maker,

    I completely agree. There are so many dating stigmas out there, especially from working with a Match Maker. I think it mostly comes from fear of the unknown or unfamiliar. It’s actually a sign of honor and courage to take one step forward and consult a dating coach, professionally trained to help you find your soulmate.

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