It’s an important point.) We are not an online dating company.We are a portal to a nationwide network of independent professional matchmakers.For more information about the terms of your profile’s extended visibility, click here. Meet singles through a shared interest at one of our many activities or over a drink at one of our free drinks events. Broad visibility of your profile: By creating your profile on Match, it will be visible on the local variants of our service which use the same platform operated under different brand names.Ensuring the safety of our clients is our top priority. For more information about the terms of your profile’s extended visibility, click here.And unlike online dating, all applicants are screened and verified to ensure their information is accurate and they’re a good fit for our membership.This has been our work since before there was such a thing as online dating. Fulfilling relationships have foundations in compatibility. Pretty faces and profile factoids are not only unreliable windows to a person’s character, but they can actually obscure it. Swiping and chatting divert you from the discovery of worthwhile people. Chances are you can’t even tell, because you can no longer see them through objective eyes.Modern Professional Matchmakers leverage technology and the internet to enlarge their pool and increase their effectiveness, but they still screen every client face-to-face, so you need to connect with a local matchmaker.If you’re near a major city in the United States or Canada, Professional Matchmaking is probably an option for you and we can help you get started.
These days you can connect with anyone, anywhere online. But there’s no substitute for the real thing: Exchanging glances and firtatious smiles, while trying to read each other's minds and connect the dots.
By the way, if there’s no matchmaker we can recommend in your area, we’ll tell you that and give you a free trial with an online dating company.
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You live in a world of first impressions, which can’t be trusted from the start, and in any event, fade quickly in a relationship, as you replace them with the person you come to know. What you see has been replaced by what (or who) you know. Online dating should have broadened your pool of potential partners and enabled you to zero in on the one for you. Very few of us question the wisdom of seeing a doctor, a lawyer, or an accountant when the need arises.
Furthermore, online dating starts every relationship in a toxic way. Everyone is shopping profiles of strangers, so everyone is a product and every interaction a job interview. Instead, for many people it has squandered their time and emotional energy in games and rituals and possibly robbed them of years of happiness with the ones for whom each is a perfect fit. Your matchmaker does the legwork of finding and screening your matches, saving your participation for just the face-to-face part. Whether your encounters come from matchmaking, chance meetings, or online dating, instead of initiating a chat or email exchange with new acquaintances, ask early on “can we talk? Yet many people leave to chance one of their most consequential efforts in life; finding their partner to spend it with.