4 New Services Launching: Are Arranged Relationships the New Fad?

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4 New relationship and dating services are all launching at the same time from the small startup Five conditions, and two of them connect people by “arrangement."

With so many new reality shows revolving around dating, and now even arranged marriages, it seems a new fad is emerging. Arranged relationships are apparently becoming an accepted way to find "the one." The owner of these new sites is hoping that the popularity of the arranged relationship trend will open Americans up to a practice that is so widely used in many other parts of the world.

AnnangedR.com connects people via a close friend or family of the client to find the perfect mate. But the client has to agree to a month date with the mate before the process even starts. Once the perfect match is found, the client has to date for at least a month as per contract. Of course, while a family member or friend may know the client well, the chance still exists that the match won’t be successful. Thus, the one-month dating requirement can result in some uncomfortable and awkward outings for a mismatched couple.

The second service is ArrangedM.com is a site that will match people straight to the person they will get engaged to, believe it or not. The site claims they offer “a unique service that cuts down to the chase by taking you directly to an engagement.” ArrangedM.com mostly caters to busy professionals who can’t seem to find the right person to marry, so the site does all the work for them in finding a lifetime mate. The site possesses an eerie resemblance to the new FYI Channel reality series “Married At First Sight,” in which strangers wed the instant they meet. The difference is that with ArrangedM.com, couples at least get three months to be engaged and decide whether they want to marry or not at the end of the engagement period.

CouplesUnion.com is the third new relationship site that is launching. It allows committed couples to connect and develop a deeper relationship. Of the three new services, this is the only one that does not work with an “arranged” premise.

And lastly Arrangedgifts.com, which is a monthly gift subscription service for couples. The site claims to render gifting automatic while solidifying relationships.

The increasing popularity of arranged relationship TV shows and websites is definitely showing a growing trend. A quick Google search shows that online arranged relationship services are quickly increasing. Plus, even CBS is now jumping into the arranged relationship wagon with a reality series called “Arranged Marriage.” The new show revolves around two couples whose relationships were arranged by their friends and family.

Arranged relationships are definitely on the uptick. With these new dating services, not only is technology thrown into the mix, but it should be a breeze to find everlasting arranged love for anyone who wants to try it.

More Info; http://couplesunion.com/4-services-launch


Additional information: http://www.tv.com/shows/arranged-marriage/

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