Now, though, if you look up the company on the BBB's website, you'll find the company's accreditation revoked."We keep that on there for the next three years," CEO Tim Maniscalo said. -- The central Indiana Better Business Bureau has taken action against a local dating service, following a CBS4 Problem Solvers investigation.
Better Business Bureau encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
Jackson said the people he met in the office were different, but according to the Indiana Secretary of State's files, John Meriggi is listed as the president of both dating services.
His company filed to operate under the name Indianapolis Singles in 2014, just four months after the Wisconsin Attorney General announced its settlement with Great Expectations. I don't know if that's going to happen," Jackson said.
In a written response to Sechrist's complaint, at attorney called her claims "unfounded and unwarranted," calling her adversarial for talking to us.
The company has 30 days to appeal the BBB's decision.
A previous company, Great Expectations, settled lawsuits with the Attorneys General in both Arizona and Wisconsin, ultimately paying back some clients.