In 2006, was stung with controversy over complaints about poor service and failure to response to refund requests.
The Washington State Attorney General's office collected 18 complaints were filed with the Better Business Bureau from 2002 to 2006.
is an online dating and relationship service based in Seattle, Washington. Since 2003, Perfectmatch has partnered with the entertainment industry to build the Perfectmatch brand in a non-traditional manner.
The company offers what it calls the "Duet Total Compatibility System (Duet)", co-developed by Dr. For example, they have partnered with i Village, MSNBC, Oxygen Networks, Warner Bros. The company has also been prominently featured in these entertainment-related shows or events: The Retirement Living Television series "Another Chance for Romance" in February 2008.
In October 2005, Perfectmatch served as the online dating service working with Live with Regis and Kelly in their efforts to assist show Production Coordinator, Lori Schulweis, during her two-week search to find her own perfect match.
For less than a cup of coffee, you see your future soul mate on your computer screen.
Perfectmatch was the backdrop of the Lifetime Original teleplay, Perfect Romance, featuring Kathleen Quinlan, Henry Ian Cusick, and Lori Heuring.
Perfect Romance originally aired in June 2004 and continues to be aired routinely.
Hosted by Roger Lodge, the segments also featured commentary by Dr.
Pepper Schwartz, utilized the Duet Total Compatibility System, and included numerous Southern California-area members of Perfectmatch.com, all of whom paired up on blind dates using the Duet System. Pepper Schwartz and the Duet Total Compatibility System were also featured. film, Must Love Dogs, which starred Diane Lane and John Cusack as a couple who met on
Some young lady posts on Perfect Match that anyone sleeping with (Lucky Charm) Dentist Charlie Logan will find their soul mate and marry the next person they date.