The idea of having one of the best experts in the world working exclusively for me sounded too good to pass up. Since then my dating life is beyond anything I could have asked for.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 02, 2014
The art of matchmaking is a tradition as old as time. For many singles walking through life, friends, family, and co-workers are often relied upon to assist in the matchmaking process. Others take more extreme approaches, spending upwards of fifty thousand dollars on high-end matchmakers in the hopes of finding that one true love.
But one company has a new business model that is revolutionizing the traditional process of matchmaking.
Meet Joshua Pompey, founder and President of JP Enterprises. Having been featured on Good Morning America, The Huffington Post, and hundreds of other media outlets, Joshua has been widely recognized around the world for his talents at helping online daters find love.
These days Joshua receives hundreds of emails, dozens of phone numbers, and multiple dates every single week. He’s charming, funny, knows the right buttons to push, and can peak the interest of just about anyone online.
There’s just one small catch. The phone numbers and dates are no longer just for him. They are for high-end clients.
That’s right. Joshua Pompey is a hired gun in the online dating world. For years men in New York City have paid Joshua thousands of dollars to log onto their online dating accounts, search for matches, retrieve phone numbers, and set up dates. After a year long successful trial run, Joshua Pompey will now be expanding his clientele worldwide.
For Howard Koplowitz from Astoria Queens, the decision to hire Joshua was a no brainer.
“When I signed up for online dating, I was spending hours every night writing emails and having almost no success. The idea of having one of the best experts in the world working exclusively for me sounded too good to pass up. Since then my dating life is beyond anything I could have asked for.”
But hiring an online dating assistant is not exclusively for those who struggle with online dating. According to Joshua, most clients are completely capable of finding dates on their own; they simply don’t have the time or desire to spend hours every week searching for dates. They prefer to live their lives, let Joshua and his assistants take care of the tedious work, then reap the benefits once matches are found.
Career woman Jennifer Constanza says that the investment actually “made her money,” proving profitable in the long run. “I work extremely long hours and don’t have the time to put a full effort into both work and finding love. One area would always get the short end of the stick. Now I can focus solely on my career, while Joshua goes through the time consuming task of finding better matches than I could ever find myself. The dates have been fantastic. It’s a win-win.”
But not all are thrilled with the idea of online assistants. Some question the morality of pretending to be someone else. Alex Jacobs of Rahway, New Jersey was quick to point out, “This is what gives online dating a bad reputation. With all the ‘catfishing’ occurring these days, this only adds to the fears people already have of being deceived. How would a guy feel if he knew he was really talking to another guy?”
Despite the critics, JP Enterprises firmly stands behind what he does and has no intention of slowing down the expansion of this service. As Joshua Pompey declares, “I make every effort to study the writing habits and personality traits of my clients through extensive research and conversations with clients. The emails I write are an accurate representation of exactly who my clients are and nobody is being deceived by a false personality… Matchmakers often charge fifteen to fifty thousand dollars for just three dates. I provide more dates, better dates, and intimate customer service for a fraction of the price.”
As Joshua goes on to argue, “In a busy world where people hire help for everything, ranging from shopping, to cleaning, to secretarial work, why not hire a professional for their dating life as well? At the end of the day, isn’t finding love what life is all about?”