The online dating scam.
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I met Rachel MacLynn so called Vida Consultancy sometime in February, and as I live abroad and have no knowledge of England, I was a very easy target. I am overweight in my late 30s, single since forever, and when I arrived for a month in London I visited a few matchmaking agencies. Rachel bluntly lied to my face, that she has plenty of men who would be interested in me. Since February, I have not been introduced to a single person. Rachel also suggested I pay cash, so I avoid 20% VAT, I gave her the cash, now I am terrified thinking if I have committed the crime by not paying VAT? Rachel uses very smooth selling technique, and she appears very sweet, but only once you join you realize what she did to you. I went to see Gray & Farrar before Rachel, and when I mentioned my visit to Rachel, she slugged them off arrogantly saying “they represent geriatric population of London”. I also visited Seventy Thirty, and I found out from Rachel how she worked there as she slugged them off too, saying how she had to leave as she disagreed with how they run the business! Naively, I paid Rachel and my miserable and humiliating journey started. Few weeks ago I was back in London, and I went to see Seventy Thirty again. Rachel made me believe how she has high standards, and I was left under the impression that she worked for the agency few months. To my horror, she worked for Seventy Thirty for over 4 ½ years while “disagreeing how the business was run”! I also discovered that she was a sales girl, nothing to do with matchmaking, and prior to that, she was a recruitment agent, another sales job. However, she told me and it is on her website how she first worked as business psychologist and how she has 8 years experience in matchmaking before she started her agency – basically replicating Seventy Thirty . Now I know it is all a big fantasy, and a big ***. Hopefully Gray & Farrar and Seventy Thirty will sue her for slander. I personally don’t need Rachel to take me for coffees and to continue with manipulation. Refund would be good, but then I paid her cash so she would argue I don’t have a proof of payment! I have copied all the text from the other victims of Rachel’s scam, and I have posted the link to all my social media, and asked my friends to share it everywhere. If you read this Rachel, just be aware the hurt and humiliation you cause to innocent people. You should have applied your psychology degree in a more useful field; in Asia matchmakers hardly have high school, many are illiterate, and I can see Gray & Farrar don’t advertise psychology degrees, which tells me you really don’t need one