SHOREWOOD (WITI) -- They were looking for romance, but got ripped off.
Now, dozens of men and women who were coerced into signing up for a high-priced dating service are getting a pleasant surprise. The Department of Justice sued Great Expectations for violating the state's Do Not Call list, misrepresenting the number of members, and for using "high pressure, oppressive tactics" to get people to sign contracts.
With 30 years of matchmaking experience, Great Expectations has a distinct advantage over others in the dating industry.
There are more than 50 Great Expectations centers across the United States and more than 100,000 members nationwide.
This review received its last major update during the month of March 2014.