Shanghai Daily tells us that around 30 members of the Shanghai Matchmaking Trade Association (yes, there is such an organization), have signed an agreement promising to be honest to their customers. If information provided by these agencies turn out to be false, or if their service isn’t satisfying, customers will get a refund. The trade association also said they will inspect these companies once a year to make sure they live up to their standards.
This move seems much needed, in a city with over 100 matchmaking agencies. According to the article:
Complaints about companies faking identities and credentials have poured in during recent years. Many people also complained of high fees for poor services.
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