But that doesn’t mean she’ll work with just anyone.
“I can only work with someone who's open to constructive feedback and is willing to trust the process.
Boasting partnerships with all the major online dating behemoths -- Match.com, Ok Cupid, JDate, and Christian Mingle, to name a few -- TDR promises to weed out any duds on your behalf to pair you with high-quality matches.
After taking a three-minute quiz, they set you up you with one of their matchmakers, all gorgeous women with impeccable hair.
"But it also shows that 12% of the 1.56 million population makes 0,000 or more. Is it truly the best way to find love in Philly, especially when our smart, web-savvy singles have so many other low-pressure ways to meet people? She’s a senior matchmaker at Three Day Rule, and she’s convinced matchmaking absolutely makes sense for our city’s busy professionals: "My job is to introduce my clients to someone they might've swiped past on an app." She’s quick to point out that she’s not just selling access to a pool of singles; she’s offering a personalized, curated experience for accomplished, worldly singles.
Yes, that’s a big income disparity, but in terms of having apparent funding for such a service, the clients are there." So, whatever. Most of her clients are in their 30s and 40s, although she’s worked with people as young as 25 and as old as 62.
By giving feedback after every date, Kaplan works with her clients on everything from nipping bad habits in the bud to fine-tuning the selection criteria.
On those terms: "Six grand is definitely a big chunk! Chauntelle Tibbals, a sociologist and author studying sex and society.Even people who live in Rittenhouse, they don't mingle with the professionals who live in Society Hill.Philly is neighborhood-y and fragmented; that's the struggle for singles."It's much less random than online dating because it's more selective.And with a matchmaker, I was being set up by a human being.