During the two hour interview to be accepted into the program, a representative complimented me profusely and assured me that within a few weeks she could easily have several matches for me. When I contacted Shoshanna's Matches to express my dissatisfaction, Shoshanna herself verbally attacked me, stating that my disagreeable personality was the cause of the problem.
Shoshanna's zest for life and the joy that she derives from making people happy have led her to devote herself completely to building an unparalleled service for Jewish professionals seeking romance and love. Rikon prides herself on the numerous happy matches and marriages she has made over the years.
Her upbeat personality, intuitive nature and industry-leading matchmaking process all contribute to Shoshanna's high rate of success in finding her clients successful matches.
She then aggressively asserted that I cannot cancel the contract, even though they were not rendering the services promised.
They also stated that they absolutely would not refund my money.
Matchmaker Shoshanna Rikon has added a Date Coaching service to her matchmaking business to help clients navigate through the stages of a relationship.
She correlates an increase in engagements with the enrollment in her coaching program.
The amicable divorce between Joshua Gruss, son of financier Martin Gruss, and his fashion designer wife Shoshanna Lonstein Gruss is speeding right along, reports The Post’s Jennifer Gould Keil. She formerly, famously dated Jerry Seinfeld when she was 17 and he was 38.
Shoshanna just bought out Martin’s share in their 5,775-square foot mansion at 118 E. for .118 million, according to city property records.
She recognized a need for helping her clients progress through the stages of a relationship so she launched a coaching division of her business, Dating Coach Extraordinaire. She believes that, If both people have similar answers to these questions, they feel quite confident that getting engaged is the way to go.
As a result, she has seen a surge in proposals amongst her clients. Although many couples answers match, there are some whose responses do not align.
“So,” Stern said, feigning moral indignation, “you sit in Central Park and have a candy bar on a string and pull it when the girls come?