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Special Personal Service

Once we have received your completed application, and before we process your payment, we will ensure that we are in a position to meet your requirements and help you in the search for your partner.

If we feel you need to compromise or be a little flexible in certain areas, based upon what the current trends may be, we will discuss these with you over the phone or by e-mail.

We will also request additional further information about you, your education and employment history, your family background and options about desired partner.

Once we have received all necessary information, we shall then start the matching process by going through our database to find suitable partners. Once we have someone (normally within two to three weeks of joining, but could be sooner), we will provide you with details of the proposal. If you require any additional information that we hold on file, we can share this with you to assist in deciding if you wish to be introduced to the person proposed. Rejecting a proposal is not a problem, and it is not considered as one of the six minimum introductions guaranteed either.

Once you accept a proposal we will contact you (by phone or e-mail) in case a meeting at the office is preferred, or we will send a letter of introduction to both of you (by post or e-mail depending case to case) to make a direct contact with each other with a view to meeting.

We do recommend for the men to make the initial contact as a matter of courtesy, but in this 21st century, where the world is all about equality, nothing stops the women from instigating communication too.

We do not condone the use of texting/Whatsapping/Googling for Facebook or LinkedIn pictures, as these can be detrimental to your case and potentially waste, what could otherwise be, a very suitable introduction.

We recommend a short phone conversation with a view to meeting, after which you can give us a non-biased outcome of your meeting. Matters will then progress further accordingly, whether it be the requirement for a new introduction or following up further with the person you have met.

( Payable within 14-days of religious or registered marriage or cohabiting, whichever occurs first)