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‘He kept going on about his boating holiday on the Thames. As we walked down the King’s Road, me with my designer handbag and Terry with his rucksack, I just thought, “So much for the neuro- linguistic programming.” ’But there was worse to come.
Over pizza, Ms Fontaine discovered that Terry wasn’t a paying member of Elect.
In further emails, she found out that he had only been divorced for two months.
An internet search turned up the equally worrying fact that he had recently changed his name and that several of his companies had been fined.
‘We have set the standard in discreet, selective and personalised introductions.’The firm, or ‘niche introduction agency for attractive professionals’ as it described itself, even offered a special service for the over-40s and the company boasted it had been featured in glossy magazines including Grazia and Cosmopolitan.
It also claimed that all its consultants, as staff were called, were trained in neuro-linguistic programming, or NLP – a psychotherapy technique based on the connection between neurological processes and language – and this technique was used when potential members were interviewed.
Very à la The Bachelor, I must say, going right for once, that is.
Now, if only, this old-fashioned technique could play out with that potential lover instead and your heart, remain unchartered territory for another outsider.
Still, the service has shown results and to busy clients that’s all that matters.
He informed her that although he did have a car, he couldn’t afford to run it.
He was hardly the City slicker Elect were promising.Lisa Guennifa, associate director of Elect, said: ‘Alex was super-eager to be matched.