MASS HIGH TECH -- Aug 22 -- "What's the price tag of finding a person for the rest of your natural life?" asks Paul A. Falzone, chief executive officer of eLove. ELove is a marriage between an online service and a bricks-and-mortar dating shop. Staff will take video and audio clips of you. Then they will check to see if you are married. They will run a criminal background check to see if you've been cooling your heels lately. Membership is $995 plus monthly payments of $19.95 in NY.
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Mark Brooks: It was only a matter of time before real world dating sites hitched their horses to the safety bandwagon True.com started. A Great Expectations, or ItsJustLunch or Tableforsix could make this idea fly.