After signing onto their service I went on a total of “SEVEN” Matched Meetings.I allowed them the opportunity to ‘Work their Magic’ but was completely disappointed on every occasion.I called after every meeting and explained why the person chosen was nothing like what they said they had available to me and what my specific needs were and promised by them to deliver, were not even close.I was incredibly unhappy and gave detailed information as to what was wrong and missing only to be told each time they understood and would guarantee I would be very happy with the next person they had for me.In her complaint, plaintiff alleged that she met defendant during a dinner date arranged by IJL.The parties went on another date on or about July 3, 2011.
“My friends said ‘Dolan, either meet her or shut up! During some time off after a very long stretch of working 100-hour-plus weeks, he decided to finally try to meet her.
Dolan, who was a teaching fellow for Ec 10 in the Larry Lindsey era, didn’t see much romantic action in his HLS days.
“Harvard Law is one of those places that you have very mixed emotions about,” he says.
“It’s Just Lunch,” which bills itself as “The World’s #1 Personalized Matchmaking Service,” purports to match lovelorn professionals on simple, low-stress lunch dates.
If the lunch goes well, the parties meet up again, if it doesn’t, oh well… I don’t know if the company’s slogan is backed up by any empirical evidence, but a plaintiff alleged that It’s Just Lunch is “The World’s #1 STD Service,” after a 2011 date went a little too well and she ended up taking home Herpes II for her effort. On June 27, 2012, plaintiff filed suit against defendant, [Norman] Weinzweig, and IJL Will Do, LLC, d/b/a It’s Just Lunch (IJL), a matchmaking service.