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Three Day Rule
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About Three Day Rule

Three Day Rule, found online at TDR.com, is a new "white glove matchmaking service" who says that their clients work with world class matchmakers to select and vet potential matches before introducing them to you.     

How Does It Work?

According to their website, this company has partnered with Match.com to help people have a better dating experience by using professional matchmakers to sort through all potential matches and vet them before they are introduced to you. 

To begin, users will create an account and take a quiz. The initial quiz is short and only takes about five minutes, but you will be asked to provide more information the longer you are a member, or if you choose to become a paid member and have matches provided for you. 

Currently this service is only available for heterosexuals who live in Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, Chicago, and Boston, but they say they will be expanding their locations and offerings later. 

Cost/Price Plans

The website does not list their pricing at this time, instead saying that they offer free membership for all members who are interested in just being listed as a potential match for paid members.

Members who decide to become paying customers can choose between a three month and a six month membership, and the six month membership has been reported as costing about $5,000, but this has not been confirmed.   

Refund Policy

The website does not mention any information about a potential Refund Policy for members who are unhappy with the services they have received, so potential paid members should discuss that with their representative when they have their first, free consultation meeting before becoming a paid member. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at [email protected] 

Reputation

This company was a small, startup matchmaking company when it partnered with Match.com. Though it is very new, it is well regarded and many different publications are excited about their potential. 

Competitors and Alternatives?

There are other matchmaking companies that users can access through the internet, like eLove.com, but most professional services only operate in specific locations so your options may depend on where you live.

If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Three Day Rule reviews below.

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June19, 2019

They don't have contacts. The matchmakers are nice but when there is a problem the executives are animals. A fake deal. Sorry to say.

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Terrible



February10, 2018

Please do not waste 4500 on this service! Learn from my mistake and do not get sucked into this matchmaking process.

Although Danika, my matchmaker was nice and easily reachable, she failed to get to know me and put in very minimal effort to find anyone decent. In fact they reuse the same dates for multiple clients. My matchmaker didn’t even meet two out of the three girls I went on a date with. How can she call them a good match when she barely knows me and didn’t even meet these matches? They use recommendations from other matchmakers and then copy and paste their profile info and send it to you. One of my matches had outdated information and I referenced one of them during my date. She laughed and said that she no longer did that and that was outdated !

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June 19, 2019

It's true but even worse. Sorry to say.

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