I joined this service a couple of years ago. After asking the representative two or three times how much it would cost, I didn't get an answer till I'd been fool enough to fill in all the forms and be "interviewed", by which time I was stupid enough to pay over $2000.
The men referred mostly lived too far away, were unattractive, and in spite of the fact that our interests, etc. were supposed to mesh - they did not on the whole.
I signed up for 12 referrals, and three free - basic package. My membership has just expired, and the 12 referrals have been met.
However, there were men whom I could not meet: one did not return my call, one decided we lived too far away, one would not meet up with a non-US citizen because of his job. After the 12 men I did meet, and after having followed the strict TDS rules, the "Review Board" decided I could NOT have the extra referrals.
The contract is ambiguous, TDS appears to do precisely what it wants to make money.
A supervisor from the Columbia, MD customer service office called me - seems the reps were "upset" at my repated e-mails when referrals were forthcoming and was told that my contract could be cancelled. How dare TDS behave this way.
I could go on and on - I'm still furious with so-called service received.
Chevy Chase, Maryland