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Val Taylor, 54, paid ,344 for a membership with Edmonton Matchmakers at their office in Old Strathcona.

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We work every day to ensure equal and fair access to a variety of housing types to accommodate multiple needs, and we strive to uphold the dignity of each person we are privileged to serve.YWCA Central Alabama has a variety of temporary and permanent housing options for individuals and families."And then they set you up with someone completely inappropriate.They set you up very quickly so you don't have time to change your mind, and then it's a brush-off after that."Edmonton Matchmakers has not responded to CBC Edmonton's repeated requests for comment.In a statement of claim filed March 31, Clark said she paid ,494 for her membership — and a single date.

She claims the company was "using extreme and persistent high-pressure sales tactics." A statement of defence has not yet been filed in the case, and the allegations have not been proven in court.The date was shorter than her five-foot-10 frame, unemployed and homeless, she said in an interview with CBC Radio's Edmonton AM."He was partially toothless," she said."And during our coffee, he continuously chewed and destroyed plastic utensils.Service Alberta investigated Clark's claim in 2015 but found "insufficient evidence" to identify an offence or enforce regulations.As of Wednesday, a Service Alberta spokesperson has not yet responded to a request for comment from CBC News.A number of negative reviews can be found on the Edmonton BBB page.