The start: Well, I got about 6 calls from 5 different area codes in the past 2 weeks confirming that I would coming in and they kept trying me to come in on a Saturday morning, even though I told them every time I could not make Saturday morning. I never talked to the same person twice, which is odd.
The visit: I went this afternoon (Saturday, 12/3) to the closest location, which was about 45 minutes away. The building was in the back end of nowhere, and it was locked. I had to call one of the members, and it took them about 10 minutes to send someone downstairs, only to tell me I was waiting on the wrong side of the building (really, does it matter?) But anyway, she gave me this 150 question test (in 2 parts) and some of the answers were not compatible with the questions. Plus I was in this sweltering office while she left and didn't check in on me. I mentioned to her that I was only getting info on the service and that I wanted some time to think. She became unhappy and tried to make me decide instantly (you know, it's not like this is an important decision or something). Then she told me that it started at $2000 and that turned me off even more. She then told me that you just don't get matches, the matches have to be "approved". Also on one of the 20 forms you have to fill out, they want to know where you bank and how much you have in your account. Isn't that real personal information? Well, after I was asked to make my decision, she left and sent her husband to talk to me while she was talking to someone else. He was intimidating and kept referring to me as "my friend" which is not very comfortable to me. He said that these things go slowly and it could take 2 years for something to come up. That really makes me want to write that $2000 check, huh! I don't think this is a worthy service and I could very well see nothing coming up but making them $2000 richer. They also said that people can lie online. Well people can lie on the questionnaire too, and what she revealed was stuff I already knew. They would not give me brochures or any information about the service. They would also not let me have a copy of the contract (which she flashed before me eyes for about 2 seconds and would not let me see it afterward). I would not recommend this service to others.
salespeople not real nice, somewhat intimidating, too much real personal information, tricky and inaccurate delivery of program, too expensive
Greg does NOT recommend eLove to friends/family