OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. --An Oklahoma woman was looking for love, but is instead leaving with a lawsuit. She says she paid thousands of dollars in a bid to find love, and when that didn't happen, she sued the matchmaking company to get her money back.
Jane Woods is a retired university teacher and in her late sixties. She decided to give Ambiance Matchmaking services a try.
Ambiance Matchmaking claims to have offices in Chicago, Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
"According to the contract that I signed, there should be one to two matches each month," she said.
The extensive process that included a two-and-a-half hour interview and nearly $4,000 promised results. Woods also had to sign a contract. She thought for certain the company could match her with someone.
"They said yes they did, and they had several gentlemen in mind," Woods said.
When several months passed with no matches, she contacted the company and asked for a refund. She says they refused.
"So from there I went to small claims court. Won the case," she said.
However, Ambiance Matchmaking still hasn't paid Woods.
In the end, even if Woods never sees her money again, she hopes to save someone else the heartache of no date and no refund.
This isn't the only complaint against Ambiance Matchmaking. KOCO reports another client alleges the same claims and filed suit, as well.
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