eLove - 110 Reviews

Last updated: November 10, 2017
eLove Logo

23.7% recommended, 110 Reviews

  1. eLove
  2. eLove Reviews
  3. Write your review about eLove

eLove

eLove - Matchmaking that works for you.

Traditional matchmaking is not a new concept. It has been well established for hundreds of years and not only continues to evolve, but is thriving in today's environment. The benefits and value provided are unmatched by anything else and have only improved through technology. At eLove, they recognize and understand the unique advantages personal matchmaking has to offer.

eLove Details

Hits: 2457

URL: http://www.elove.com/

Categories: Matchmaking Sites

Reviews: 110


eLove reviews (110):

eLove - Send an e-mail

0

Review:
If you are not happy with the service contact the owner of the company
[email protected]
or the head of the corprate office
[email protected]



Pros:
Most of the staff do care.

Cons:
The owner and the corprate office does not care about the members or the staff.

It cost so much money and you are just another number.

The staff is no better than you are, many of them are not even high school graduates.

someone does NOT recommend eLove to friends/family

eLove - I felt the same way.

0

Review:
My first couple matches were ok...but on the 6th match I met the one. Luckily for her iIwas her first match. The process does work, and just like most of these reviews I felt a little cheated and I wanted to cancel after my 2nd match. My matchmaker and the young lady that interviewed me reassured me that I needed to give it some time, and i did. I almost lost all hope but im glad i didnt. I guess there is a reason why they have so many introduction in the package and it's meant to use them. Im glad I did. I felt I needed to give a shout out to them, because they did provide the service and hopefully I will be married and living happily ever after with Karen.

Pros:
MY matchmaker and consultant were very responsive.
Real woman...who want more then just my bank account.
I met a wonderful woman who can happily say she is like my best friend.

Cons:
It takes time and can be discouraging
no pictures
pricey but well worth it (of course this feeling is only after I met karen)

Bill does recommend eLove to friends/family

eLove - Finding love need not put you into debt...

0

Review:
They called me yesterday and talked me into signing up....after the interview process and all that, i thought it was a great idea but when i saw the cost! i dropped my jaw! btwn $4600-6500 . She tried to make me a payment plan and really insisted i should join, nice lady don't get me wrong but i just felt alot of unrest in my inner self. I am very intuitive! i told her i would get back to her the next day coz i wanted to check out their reviews online. She said i had no other chances and she was upset that i did not sign up! Now coming online and reading this horrible reviews, i am so glad i did not sign up! Please don't bother with it, finding love should not cost you the world! it felt like i was paying for college...i mean which company gets you to enter into debt like that! They even lend you the money at a very high APR...totally wrong!

Cons:
None

eLove - Thanks for the heads-up!

1

Review:
I was taken in by the hard-sell tactics by the (seemingly) very nice people at the Walnut Creek eLove office, and paid an enormous amount of money to sign up for this service, but after reading all the reviews, I checked the Better Business Bureau website as well. The sales rep had told me the company had a B+ rating with the BBB, but their rating was B-, which in itself seemed pretty generous given the number of complaints on file, and the number that were resolved without the customer being satisfied. So I right away emailed the sales rep that I wanted to cancel and luckily read my contract, which says I have the right to cancel for any reason within 3 business days by sending a letter to an address in OK. I'm sending that letter certified mail tomorrow, because I'm not taking any chances!

Pros:
None

Cons:
Ridiculously high price, inaccurate information provided by sales rep.

Meri does NOT recommend eLove to friends/family

eLove - Fraud

1

Review:
I signed up with eLove Walnut Creek over a year ago. Like almost everyone else on this site, my matches were completely incompatible in every way with my personality tests, my top three must-haves, and my wants. Like many others here on this site, I tried desperately to get my money back. I actually walked into the corporate HQ in Broken Arrow Oklahoma and asked to speak to the CEO who was IN HIS OFFICE at the time, but refused to see me. I voiced my concerns to one of the staff members, who tiptoed back into the CEO's office, and was referred back to the person in charge on my region. The CEO really didn't know much about the operations on the West Coast. Well, this is just about what you would expect from a company that does business the way we have all experienced. I do not know why they are still up and running. Those of you who have had success, it's just a luck coincidence. Most of us would not be writing these reviews if we had been treated respectfully, made to feel as if we were getting what we paid for, and provided a service worthy of the thousands we parted with in search of that special someone. After my fourth dreadful match, I just stopped calling my "matchmaker." I don't need the frustration in my life and do better all by myself online. eLove is making thousands preying on vulnerable people. Shame on eLove and all their employees. I can only hope that those in upper management one day get what they deserve. A nice long stay at San Quentin with plenty of single guys for companionship sounds like fitting retribution.

Pros:
Uh........didn't you just read my review?

Cons:
Unethical.

Anna does NOT recommend eLove to friends/family

eLove - con

2

Review:
They never introduced me to anyone that meet the criteria of my search. I told them to cancel I sent a letter to there office to cancel it was returned and now they continue to bill me for a contract they never performed on. I have requested the Nebraska Attorney General investigate them. This is a scam.

Cons:
This is a scam they have never done what they said and they will not release from ther contract even though they have never performed as they told me they would when they sold there service to me. it is fraud.

Crawford does NOT recommend eLove to friends/family

eLove - Scam, Fruad, stay away

1

Review:
After a hundred calls day and night I went in and was told everything I wanted to hear,
After two years and 7 thousand dollars , I have received nothing . will be filing a lawsuit.

Pros:
Nothing

Cons:
Scam, Fraud, refuse refund even after 24 hour cancel and state law.
Refuse to show photos of members. everything

Vegas does NOT recommend eLove to friends/family

eLove - Watch out and beware

0

Review:
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.

Pros:
not much

Cons:
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

eLove - elove

2

Review:
This service is terrible, you spend hours filling out the paperwork (which apparently they do not read) They sent me endless un matches everything I wasnt looking for, some of the people I never even heard from. this is a scam, when i signed up they had an office here, but soon after closed, how can they set you up when they have never met you. SCAM SCAM SCAM.......

Pros:
I cant think of any pros, I filled out tons of paperwork only to be set up with guys I didnt want.

Cons:
So far I have been set up with approx 12 guys, none of which are my type. Why bother filling out paperwork if no one is going to read it. this site is a scam.

eLove - I worked for eLove- I think it might be a scam

6

Review:
Writing reviews is not something I usually do, however, I felt I had to let people know what they were getting themselves into by joining this membership. I only worked with eLove for a few months, because in that time there were a number of red flags and seemed like a scam. I couldn't get answers to the most basic questions, like how many members are in the service? (answer: It varies day to day) Or, What is the success rate? (Answer: people measure success differently, some people aren't looking for marriage). A matchmaking company should know those answers, but every question was dodged. Personally, if I were going to pay $6,999 for a service to go on dates, I would want straight answers. Answering questions with a question is not an answer, in my opinion.
I had a lot of questions about how long the company had really been around, too. They say it's been around for 35 years, but they function like a start-up. Payroll was all over the board, from incorrect salary, to commissions, taxes and even addresses. Usually an established company that has been around for that long has reliable and capable people in those positions.
eLove claims to have over 50 locations throughout the country, but there aren't even that many "relationship counselors" (really just sales people).
The "relationship counselors" are there to sign up anybody willing to pay. Even though the packages range in price from $4999 to $6999, they will sign some people up for $500. The relationship status of the clients doesn't matter because it's about the bottom line. This is especially true if there is a "shortage" of members for certain groups of people. There is a constant shortage on young men and women 20s and 30s, african american men all age ranges, older caucasian men 50s, 60s, 70s. The counselors were advised to qualify these groups of people always. The pool of members is mostly caucasian women ages 40-70. The problem is there aren't enough members to go around. So members go months between dates even though they are advised that it's 10-14 days before they get there first date (from the time they sign up) and then about one a month after that.
I couldn't morally continue to sign up people for this membership knowing that they were just being ripped off. I hope this review helps people.

Cons:
Everything

Shannon does NOT recommend eLove to friends/family

Write your review about eLove

  • your e-mail address is not visible for other visitors


Yes
No
Not applicable / No comment


Send me an email when somebody writes another review about this website

Send me an email when somebody responds to my review

Visit eLove