THE INDEPENDENT - Sep 15 - A 49-year-old lady was unhappy with her 59-year-old blind date, since he did not live up to the hype she'd been told about him. When she expressed her dissatisfaction, Lunch Actually, the matchmaking services she hired, reportedly refused to give her a refund. Violet Lim, who founded Lunch Actually with her husband, Jamie, has taken to Facebook to set the record straight. She wrote that her client did not reject the match proposed, and that he was within the age range that she preferred. Ms Lim also refuted a few statements her client made. Ms Lim's main regret in this situation is that it has reached the media, and that her client made many hurtful comments about her match. Ms Lim said that the company will "fight on towards our big hairy audacious goal of 1M happy marriages."
by Anna Maria Romero
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