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Divorced for 28 years, Katherine Clark says she thought it would be fun to try a matchmaking service.“It just seemed like it was 2018 and I wanted to do something for myself.” She was told there were thousands of members who had gone through background checks.The third match was a 70-year-old man, which was older than she wanted.She was told her preferences were “not guaranteed.” She says she felt exploited and alone.

“She said ‘you know you wrote a bad review and there’s a clause in your contract that says you can’t do that.’ ” She says Nicole warned her to take it down, saying “the company has sued people in the past for that and they will sue you.” Linda Burton says she contacted Dallas & Fort Worth Singles because she wanted to find a partner.She says Nicole later agreed to charge her ,000.