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“She started asking me my income level, what I had for savings, what I had in retirement,” said Burton.She says she was told they would only use the information to find her appropriate matches.
She says Nicole then called Burton’s credit card company and had her limit raised to ,500, the maximum allowed.
“There’s always been times in your life when you look back and say, ‘I knew it,’ ” said Clark. “She took my credit card and driver’s license and I asked ‘what do you need that for? ” She says she made it clear to the matchmakers she was not interested in men who were recently separated or fresh off a relationship.
’ and she said ‘we need it for the background check.’ ” Clark agreed to pay ,000. The next day she received a second match, but said the man’s lifestyle was not equivalent to hers.
“She said ‘you know you wrote a bad review and there’s a clause in your contract that says you can’t do that.’ ” She says Nicole warned her to take it down, saying “the company has sued people in the past for that and they will sue you.” Linda Burton says she contacted Dallas & Fort Worth Singles because she wanted to find a partner.
“I’m not going to hang out at a club somewhere or a bar.” Burton, who is divorced, moved to Texas in late 2017 to be closer to her grandchildren.
Burton says that’s when Nicole finally mentioned the cost.