The year was 1976, America was celebrating the bicentennial, gas was only 59 cents, the first Apple computer was created, Matsushita introduced VHS video to compliment Sony’s Beta Max, and the modern day matchmaker was born.
On February 14, 1976, Great Expectations opened their doors for the first time.
The complaint also alleges Great Expectations did not fully screen members for criminal histories and misrepresented how they would use credit information provided by prospective members.
Great Expectations wasn't registered to make telephone solicitations and ignored the state's no-call list, according to the lawsuit.
As they spoke she began telling him some of her recent blind-date horror stories, and how she was having a difficult time meeting single men in general.Ullman, who started tinkering with videos as a journalism student in college, took the idea of a video dating service to his parents.A dating company that markets professional singles to the type of person they’re looking for.The lawsuit claims that the 1989 Act entitles every Great Expectations customer to cancel their contracts and seek restitution.Great Expectations' standard membership contract runs three years and costs nearly ,500, plus a monthly service charge.