I should add that Robert Fisher is currently operating a company called Drumbeat Marketing, and based on my experience, I would obviously suggest that anyone be very cautious before doing business with any company that Fisher operates. After being a member for almost two years I have found the one I want to spend the rest of my life with.
I was happy with the service all along and met some great people but now I've met my soul mate.
My guess is to gauge how much you can afford to pay for their service.
Unfortunately, the CEO of Great Expectations, Robert Fisher, who lives in Houston Texas, felt that the law did not apply to him, despite the fact that the Great Expectations membership contract also states that all disputes will be resolved by legally binding arbitration via the BBB.
When I know longer heard about any events planned for the near future, I wrote asking what was going on and attempted to get my money, but was told that the focus had changed.
I tried a few times to get my money back, but was unable.
Within two weeks I discovered that was not the case, their member base is a rather ordinary cross section of society and they charge different people different fees depending on if people tell them they can't afford their high fees or not.
They ask you how much you spend on entertainment in a month.