Matchmaking companies are moving toward using computer-based algorithms to match potential partners.They gather information about clients from their initial online screening and interview and match them based on personality (stated and inferred) and preferences, and then use a pre-programmed system to match up the best potential pairs.
Joann and Steve Ward operate the service, which serves clients in all 50 states.
Since its founding in 1991, It's Just Lunch has arranged over 2 million first dates around the world.
Matchmaking companies are devoted to finding suitable romantic partners for their customers.
They interview and then use personal information about their clients in order to pair appropriately matched people.
Matchmakers will check to make sure their clients aren’t in any way already committed to another person before proceeding.
They also will usually run background checks on all their clients for safety reasons.
It works with attractive, well-educated residents who are interested in meeting other singles looking for a long-term relationship.
Known from Millionaire Matchmaker, Destin and Rachel’s matchmaking service helps singles find love connections.
This is normally done during a face-to-face interview and allows matchmakers to get to know their clients and to create a profile of each customer to match them with other good potential matches from their client base or beyond.
Matchmaking services will usually initially require basic information like name, age, location and a photo submitted online to assess if they can properly match a potential client.
They’re very different from internet dating services in four respects.