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MMOC/Elan even comes close to fulfilling their commitments to find a good match for you.
To be honest, it is the worst purchase decision that I have made in over 20 years.
Unlike some reviews (who never met anyone), I have been introduced to a few women at this point. Shockingly Dreadful Experience – In September of 2010, I paid ,300 for a 6 date/6 month membership to Elan Relationships/Sterling Register.
However, none really met the profile that I had requested. Eileen Messier, owner of Elan Relationships, guaranteed that she would provide me with personalized matches that reflected my specific values; some of which were non-negotiable.
Upon receipt of a fully completed BBB Application for Accreditation, BBB staff: After the review and verification process, BBB will then evaluate if the business meets the BBB Code of Business Practices (Accreditation Standards)..
Once BBB has finished its evaluation, the application for BBB Accreditation is either approved or denied.
Better Business Bureau encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT – I am the Founder of Elan Relationships. Unfortunately, I had a disgruntled previous employee who was determined to ruin my reputation, as well as my company. Unfortunately, the internet provides people the opportunity to do major damage to businesses.Elan just celebrated their 21st anniversary in Chicago and were also awarded "The Best of Chicago" for the last three years in a row. Elan is the same business as Matchmakers of Chicago.BBB asks advertisers to substantiate their claims, change ads to make offers more clear to consumers, and remove misleading or deceptive statements.BBB reports on unauthorized use of the Better Business Bureau's name and/or logo for as long as the business continues to use it in any advertising, or for one year after the business ceases any repeated unauthorized uses.