Whether you'd spend a day is conquering the greens at Old Corkscrew or partying on Third Street South, it would be more enjoyable with the right companion.
Kayak through cool, fragrant mangrove tunnels, take turns baiting the hooks while you fish for tonight's golden grilled snapper, or stroll along the fluffy sand and laugh at the seagulls pirating snacks from unwary tourists.
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So I thought if I went to some kind of upscale service, which is how they presented themselves, that I could meet people and they would be matched by certain backgrounds, certain likes or dislikes rather than me going on the internet.” But after four months, she only had one date – and he wasn’t a match. The state Attorney’s Office received nine complaints about the company within the past three years. They enter your information on some computer program that obviously isn’t working.
“The 2012 Romance Pros International citation, and the 31 BBB complaints, all of which, accrued over a three-year period, were amicably resolved,” the company said in a statement.
“They would not refund my money and not let me out of the contract, which was extremely upsetting to me because I didn’t know what my health situation was and I didn’t think they should be forcing me to date and forcing me to meet under what I consider fraudulent circumstances.” Naples Singles’ fees are non-refundable except if the customer has a doctor’s order stating the client can’t physically receive services.
never be another man in my life,” says Paulette Fischer*, a 73-year-old Chicago transplant who now calls Sanibel home. I know I adore Southern men.” But her story isn’t an anomaly.
“I’m thinking I’m either hard to match—wonderful as I am—or this is a geographically undesirable area for me,” says Eddy, who splits her time between homes in Fort Myers and the Panhandle.
From using online sites to being fixed up by friends to even hiring a professional matchmaker, Eddy has gone above and beyond to find what she’s looking for—to no avail.