A woman runs a matchmaking service from her home and helps the rich find love.
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Taylor Francois-Bodine, from Washington, DC, was working for a private senator on Capitol Hill when she started her career as a matchmaker.
She told Barcroft TV: “After hours doing matchmaking with various colleagues, I found that I was matching people so well, I decided I would leave that profession and start the matchmaking firm.”
“I understand how much everyone wants to be in love and to find a partner. My success rate is 85-90% success. The caveat to that is that it’s within a two-year time frame.”
Her services cost from $30,000 and she takes up not more than eight to ten clients at a time.
Though the cost of her services varies to meet the client’s needs, the average cost of her service is $30,000.
Talking about her clients, she said: “The typical professions of my clients really vary, all of them are successful, I have doctors, lawyers, presidents of fortune 500 companies, varied levels of celebrity.
“They’re all very successful in their own right, which is why they can use a matchmaker. Their issue is not their level of success, it’s simply that they do not have the time to commit to putting in the work to finding the appropriate partner.”
The matchmaking process includes making her clients’ appearance better. After a styling session, a hair and makeover session, and a photo shoot, she helps them find a perfect partner.
She said: “I think once we have everything pulled together, you’ll have such a sense of confidence when you go on these dates that it will change everything.”
“With each client, I get better at this. You run into different personality types, different problems that you didn’t know before and it’s really interesting even the growth that I have because you’re constantly learning something.”
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