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However, Rena Maycock, Director of Intro Matchmaking, based in Grafton Street, Dublin, told the court Ms Mc Nevin signed the terms and conditions of a contract which stated the dating agency is a nationwide service and clients are not guaranteed matches within their home counties.“Every member is required to travel up to 1.5 hours to meet a match at the halfway point,” Ms Maycock told the court.The basis of her claim was that before signing a contract, she met a representative from the dating agency and said she wished to meet men within the Dublin area.
If she didn’t agree to them she should not have registered as a member.
Jacinta Mc Nevin claimed, that despite signing a contract that she must be willing to travel up to 90 minutes to meet a match at a halfway point, she had verbally told a representative from Intro Matchmaking that she requested to meet men in the Dublin area only.
After joining the agency in October 2018 and paying a fee of €795, Ms Mc Nevin claimed the offers she got of matches for dates were outside the Dublin area and she was not willing to travel to meet them.
Perhaps you’re looking for singles in Cork to head down to St.
Patrick’s Street and do some shopping and other activities with?