I am happy to say I met my husband through this company.
Later I was set up on several dates, before I was eventually introduced to the man who would become my husband.
My husband is intelligent, handsome, accomplished, successful, kind and very loving. I would not have met him without the help of Selective Search b/c he is not the kind of guy who picks up girls at bars, and we worked in very different industries and would not have easily met through mutual friends or online. To anyone willing to try a match maker, I would highly recommend this company.
Adding a second city will cost clients an additional $5,000.
And for upwards of $150,000 a year, you can join the CEO club and upgrade to an international search and personal consultations with Jill and Amber Kelleher-Andrews themselves.
The matchmakers were extremely professional and contacted me for a face-to-face meeting several weeks later, in which they had a discussion with me about my interests, goals, what kind of relationship would work best for me and what types of men I'd be willing to meet.
The women I met - **, ** and others - were all very polite and kind and had good intentions.
You could choose to shell out anything from ,500 for the basic "referral" membership (includes an unspecified, non-guaranteed number of dates over 2 years) to ,000 for the VIP service (includes extras such as wardrobe shopping and social etiquette lessons).
And the cost could even reach 0,000 to conduct an expansive search for the international clients.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, Linx Dating Founder and CEO Amy Andersen is known as “Silicon Valley’s Cupid.” Andersen launched her business in 2003 with the idea to connect the “Silicon Valley man” with the “attractive professional San Francisco woman.” She teaches tech execs from the likes of Apple, Google, Facebook and Salesforce how to date, according to a 2013 Fortune article.