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From the UK's only independent dating body Welcome to the official website of the Dating Agency Association – the only independent dating agency body in the UK. The purpose of the Dating Agency Association is to serve and support individual daters, furnish them with advice, keep them abreast of developments within the industry and, promote safer dating.
Searchmate had so far suggested four – two of whom she’d already seen on rival site Plentyoffish.com, a free site, and who had both already declined to date her.But despite the significant increase in the number of daters, total revenue for the UK dating industry is falling, meaning firms are making less money per head.In the two years between 20 alone, revenue dropped by £9m from £168m to £159m.In the meantime, she contacted the Citizens Advice Bureau, which provided some information on her consumer rights.Searchmate has disputed Aileen’s claims and said it had not received any correspondence from her after the letter was sent in November.Our independent Chief Executive handles all unresolved complaints and mediates between the parties involved to resolve a way forward, which is a unique concept within the industry and, exists to ensure fairness, as the champion of the consumer.We do not offer advice to companies or individuals wanting to start a dating agency business, we do not have a board made up of the principals or senior figures of member companies.In November she received a letter from a Searchmate adviser saying that her membership was “not progressing as expected”.The site explained that this was down to most of the gentlemen who were active within her area “going on hold”, meaning they could no longer be contacted.She says she “isn’t looking for a major spark” but is searching for a man with a good sense of humour to share her life with. The first blow was when she fell victim to a scammer on an online dating site.He claimed to be a high flier in a major American toy firm, but then managed to convince her to give him £200 for medical treatment, encouraging her to take out credit cards.