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Welcome to our reviews of the Best Professionals' Dating Websites of Check out our top 10 list below and follow our links to read our full in-depth review of each professionals' dating website, alongside which you'll find costs and features lists, user reviews and videos to help you make the right choice.

Read more about us It has a very strong London membership, with other popular areas also covered. The site keeps things simple, with clear, professional profiles, messaging services and search options to help you find your ideal professional partner. It seeks to unite high earners and highly educated individuals who wish to meet like-minded people based on more than just their looks.

Its standout feature is its very in-depth personality profiling system, which helps you to better understand yourself, who might suit you and how you can go about finding them.

Their dating platform helps professionals to meet online, providing extensive profile creation, messaging and a few simple extras to help things get off to a good start. At first glance, this is a simple dating website. Independent Dating is a website suitable for single professionals who are hoping to meet like-minded people.

It allows you to build extensive profiles, write and read diary entries, find locals and chat instantly. Registering is quick and simple, with plenty of details to add when you prefer. Your profile includes a variety of information selected from pre-set options, plus enough room attractive professionals dating agency reviews freely express Love and Friends is a fun dating site for creative individuals who want to meet other creative singles.

You can perform a detailed search, share stories, join an online community and more. To make ourselves clear: Encounters Dating is brought to you by The Times and The Sunday Times, long-established news providers who also venture into the world of dating. The site's members are matched based on their lifestyle preferences, rather than simply their looks, attractive professionals dating agency reviews, with very in-depth profiles to help each member express themselves.

Brainiac Dating offers something a little different. This is a dating site for people who wish to meet members who are smarter than your average bear. It focuses on arts, culture, sciences and other intellectual pursuits as a way of finding common grounds between its members.

It provides a range of community features, such as diaries, encounters and gifts, to help romance blossom. You can build an in-depth profile page with multiple high quality photos, perform advanced searches and more. This site contains a somewhat similar structure to a few other sites from different dating sectors. They use professional, local matchmakers, who take your personal opinions into account, then arrange dates in mutually agreeable restaurants.

You can then feed back to your matchmaker and they can reconsider your dates for the future or put you dating a female narcissist touch with dates you enjoyed.

Top 10 Professionals' Dating Websites. A-Z of Professionals' Dating Websites. Accomplished, beautiful women need not waste their time User Review of Sparkology by Cynthia G Ganga on 12 November Good - attractive men with degrees.

Bad- completely socially inept attractive men with degrees. So there were men who were on the surface attractive. What they lacked was social skills or the ability to not just outright lie on their Read the full review Wouldn't bother is a rip off supposed dating site User Review of Telegraph Dating by Sarah on 15 March I feel this site is a big rip off.

I joined quite excitedely as I love the paper and thought I'd give it a shot. I found the "one liners" very cheesy and even desperate, "I don't have a subscription No method who is dating amber rose browse through other members in my area if there are any -My browsing capability is totally at the discretion of a computer match-maker apparently.

Read the full review Very longwinded registration User Review of Telegraph Dating by Newchance on 26 January I realise the same company ruling Telegraph dating as Dating online, widows dating, over40 dating, mature dating and several others. I truly wish I'd looked around before I threw my money away. First of all let me say, I was quite excited to use this service.

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Attractive Professionals have not taken my complaint seriously, and they certainly do not adhere to the Association of British Introduction Agencies' Code of Conduct. This agency is not an online Dating Service, I have selected that category because there isn't a category for Introduction Agencies. I requested the refund because Attractive Professionals clearly had no intention of providing any suitable matches and they have not provided the services for which I paid. I first informed the agency of my dissatisfaction with the service by email on Thursday 15th September Attractive Professionals has now ceased to provide any service at all and I have consequently written to them to terminate my membership and request a full refund.

They have not replied. I have always been very open and flexible in terms of matching criteria: I was willing to meet men within a wide radius and I was flexible about the age of prospective introductions. I would consider men in the age range of , as people age differently. If someone outside this age range seemed to the agency to be appropriate I would consider them too. Since joining the agency eight months ago, I have received only one introduction where the man wanted to meet with a view to developing a relationship.

The evidence is to the contrary. In fact, I declined only one suggestion and that was because he was severely disabled and confined to a wheelchair as he was paralysed from the chest downwards. The number of meetings have been low not because I dismissed profiles or declined meeting the men concerned, but because the recommendations or match suggestions sent were unsuitable and refused even to exchange telephone numbers to converse on the phone.

The majority obviously therefore thought I was not a suitable match or recommendation for them either Ms Medhurst encouraged me to agree to exchange numbers with her suggestions even though I believed many of them to be wholly unsuitable. Only one of the eleven suggestions sent by the agency should count as being anywhere near to an appropriate recommendation. Basic match making criteria has been ignored by my matchmaker; one of the recommendations sent was a smoker and I had said I did not want to be matched with men who smoked.

Of course, Attractive Professionals should never have taken my money if they did not have appropriate people on their books or were unable to access them. I have requested a refund from Attractive Professionals but the agency refuses to engage in any discussion at all.

The longer my membership continued, the more Attractive Professionals received in fees for 'work' done. Before joining, I had reservations because I found complaints against Attractive Professionals on the internet.

Ms Marlow emailed me to say the complaints were not genuine. Ms Medhurst was aware of this and she gave reassurances: Saturday, 18 June, Ms Medhurst claimed that: I joined the agency because I was led to believe I would receive a bespoke, personal and privileged service from Attractive Professionals. Nothing could have been further from my experience. I was welcomed into the agency by Ms Medhurst on Tuesday, 21 June 8: To be a member, we have to adhere to their strict codes of conduct.

We have been a member for many years. However, Attractive Professionals have failed to respond adequately to my complaints and, it would seem, to adhere to the AIBA Code of Practice, which states that: It is compulsory on all Members to accept the Code in its entirety. If a client feels dissatisfied with their treatment by a Member they have a right to take this up with the Association. Email from Ms Medhurst sent Wednesday, 13 July, When I have complained Attractive Professionals have invariably made poor excuses.

They have tried to twist things around and to make me feel personally at fault when they have been unable to find suitable matches; they have also become verbally aggressive. The company has alleged that I have been impolite. These allegations are false. I understand that the ABIA is supposed to be an independent regulatory body. I have asked the agency to explain: My trust and faith in Attractive Professionals has now been completely broken and the experience has been dreadful.

Demoralising, humiliating, frustrating, a waste of time. There is something particularly unethical about this introduction agency taking large sums of money - purely for profit and yet under the guise of offering a good matchmaking service - from people who genuinely seek a partner, especially those who are lonely through bereavement and who are lone parents.

Customer care service did everything in their power to resolve this complaint. All attempts to contact the complainant have failed. Therefore, this complaint has been annulled and must not be considered where image of the company in question and it's services are concerned. If you managed to read through to the end without nodding off, you can probably see that Laura is a professional writer.

We were subjected to reams and reams of writing and more phone calls than you could count. The kindest thing I can say about Laura is that we found her the most demanding client we've had in over 30 years of trading; we also know of two other agencies that she'd previously joined and both of those ended badly too.

When she decided that we couldn't produce her ideal partner quickly enough for her, she turned her attentions on to those good folk at the ABIA who are only doing their best in a difficult industry. She harassed them with calls and emails to such an extent that they pleaded with us to ask her to desist. The Attractive Professionals Team.

One of our team has been in dating since The rest of the family have joined along the way. When we come across someone like the client above, who is able to post a review online that is potentially damaging to our reputation and completely one sided, we feel we have to respond.

After she had been verbally aggressive to Margot, I took over her care. We had many long chats and I tried to reassure her that it only takes one person to turn hers into a success story.

The one on one service this client received ran to hundreds of hours and its worth mentioning that after the first two months, she was receiving FREE membership! But she kept turning gentlemen down. This client purports to be the victim of us and other agencies.

The opposite is true. Through our links with similar organisations, we have learned that we are not the only agency she has treated this way. Even after this, I offered her another suggestion who she turned down because he supports armed forces charities and she is against war!

This client mentions other bad testimonials about us. There is another one which is a Daily Mail article. This is NOT us. As you go through Complaints Board and online, you can see that there are tens of thousands of complaints about dating services. Lorraine Marlow Director Attractive Professionals www.

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