I was just flipping through a very revealing report issued by a large on line dating service that completed some statistical analysis on the exaggerations of online profiles. The study jumps over the biggest dangers of online dating, including people who aren't who they say they are and married consumers
pretending to be single.
One of the important roles a matchmaker plays is the "initial screener". That is why at Kelleher International we have interviewed everyone in our network, and completed initial data verification on basic identity and marital status.
Here are a couple of my favorite findings from the study....
MEN ARE SHORTER IN REAL LIFE
AND SO ARE THE WOMEN
INCOME INFLATION IS NOT GENDER-SPECIFIC
...AND THAT PICTURE ISN'T THAT RECENT