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The lawsuit says the sales person was "well aware" of Clark's health condition, but convinced her to pay ,494.75 for a membership.None of the allegations have been proven in court and a statement of defence has not been filed.According to court documents, Clark concluded she had been "scammed" in March 2015 and called to demand her money back The lawsuit seeks a full refund plus interest.She told CBC she felt angry and embarrassed but decided to go public to warn others.Having HIV can make life harder, and when it comes to dating, it will make dating even more difficult than it is normally.When finding out you have HIV/AIDS, you will feel like you are alone in the world.In a statement of claim filed on March 31 in Calgary, Clark accused Canada Introductions Inc., which operates as Edmonton Matchmakers, of "using extreme and persistent high-pressure sales tactics." "After two and a half hours, I felt like I was very low, my self-esteem had been bruised," Clark told CBC, recalling her initial appointment with the relationship consultant."She continuously bombarded me with questions: Why hadn't I met somebody at the church I attended? That women my age didn't have much time left and these statements were made over and over again." Clark was taking Oxycontin after a recent hip replacement surgery in addition to breaking her foot.
Both agreed they were "wrongfully mismatched." According to court documents, Clark never received another referral and her calls and emails to the company were not returned.They echo Clark's allegations of high-pressure sales tactics, unsuitable matches and a lack of referrals."In my case it was a very poor match," wrote one customer.Finding a date with Mingle2 has never been simpler.Our singles community is massive, and you're only a couple of clicks away from finding a date.