I can't think of anything --- not even one thing --- that she has accomplished.
Daniel Levine paid ,000 to the dating service Master Matchmakers to help him find true love.
Now, instead of a soul mate, he has a sworn enemy in the form of the company’s chief executive, Steven Ward.
May 11, 2017: This column advised consumers to watch for provisions in contracts that limit the ability to resolve disputes, such as language that prevents suing or joining class-action lawsuits.
The company in the column, Master Matchmakers, did not include a class-action waiver in its contract, though it did include limits on damages that may be recovered.
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Ethan is introduced as a lacrosse star and top athlete at West Beverly Hills High.It also highlights so-called non-disparagement clauses — provisions that increasingly cropped up in consumer contracts in recent years that forbid people from saying bad things about a company, including on review sites such as Yelp."Companies that try to include these clauses in their terms are predicting that their customers will be unhappy and will bad-mouth their services,” said Emily Rusch, executive director of the California Public Interest Research Group.“They should instead focus on making sure consumers are satisfied with their services."As of this week, Master Matchmakers had such a clause in its terms of service, leaving Levine with the impression that he could be targeted with a lawsuit for breach of contract.“It’s been very stressful,” he told me. But I feel like if I let them push me around, they’ll just get away with doing it to others.”Ward, for his part, countered that “if we caved every time someone threatened to bad-mouth our business, we wouldn’t be in business.” Arlene Howard’s phone bill said she made a bunch of calls to Cuba, which she didn’t.Learn more about these services under the “Areas of Practice.” Listening to clients and being sensitive to their wants and needs have made Johnson Smith one of the most highly-respected and successful law firms in Spartanburg and South Carolina. Earning that respect and achieving our success are the results of years of hard work and dedication by many people, dating back to 1955, when the firm was established by Edwin W. Also, the column said that after customer Daniel Levine posted negative reviews on Google and Yelp, Master Matchmakers CEO Steven Ward responded by posting a review of Levine on the Yelp page for Levine's employer, Top Dog Solutions.