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Not too keen on the last one -- just from what I have read/seen, then tend to work with extremely wealthy/famous clientele, and that sort of turns me off to them. But if you can afford to take a chance, try one and see.

I've considered doing this as well recently, as I agree that online dating is horrible.

“Do I seem like the New-York-City-dancer type of guy? He called VIP Life’s Lisa Clampitt’s women “West Village girls” who were too “artsy.” And Long Island matchmaker Maureen Tara Nelson didn’t produce enough women — just five in one year — and he described the looks of one match as “terrible.” But the matchmakers said Greenfield needs to lower his expectations — and not rely only on his money to find love.

“In the outside world, he would not be able to get a date with that girl, because she was far more attractive,” blasted Nelson, who dropped Greenfield as a client after one year.

And then going to places where the type of guy you want to find goes to. The nature of my job is such that it wouldn't be too swell for my colleagues to see my picture on a meat market like or similar. I hired one here last year, and the dates I was sent on were nothing like what I said I wanted. I also was considering this, as I live in a very undesirable city for dating. There were just too many pick-up artists to sort through to find the good ones.

Executive matching is only one avenue that I would pursue in addition to the ways you mentioned. I canceled after 6 months and wasn't out too much money, thankfully. I just looked up your local one, and its in Austin. Moving from a great city where there were lots of singles (Atlanta) to Oklahoma City was just awful for my dating life. I met my ex on that site, and I did not know that he was one of those "casual" dater types. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over $68,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.

“I’d trade it all in for a white picket fence, two kids, a dog. I’d take a $50,000-a-year job, work until I retire.” “I’m not a bad guy. “It’s just a very frustrating thing.” As for the Manhattan matchmakers — who charge about $10,000 per year — Greenfield said: “You pay them up front and they don’t provide a service. He would always come back with some minor, minor thing that the person wasn’t perfect.” Greenfield may soon try Serious Matchmaking’s Janis Spindel — who said she’s reluctant to take him on as a client because she’s worried that his dream girl isn’t in her database. “The target audience of what he needs is a teacher from the boroughs or a secretary. He’s a country bumpkin.” The former Wall Street trader lives in rural Plainview, Long Island, and says he doesn’t want to date a woman who is obsessed with her career.