• Great question, and we have an even better answer – our success rate is 96% for clients that have averaged their membership from anywhere from 6 to 9 months.
  • While our process is proven and effective, we want you to come in with an open heart and mind. Trust our process and the matchmakers – after all they know a thing or two about matching!
  • Unfortunately, finding the right spouse is not an overnight process. This process is hard and very much like a high thrill rollercoaster with plenty of ups and downs. It’s important for the downs to not let you get discouraged because when the “ups” come around, it makes the entire process worthwhile.
  • Much like anything meaningful in life, finding a spouse comes with hard work and patience. It is a constant flow of communication between you and your matchmaker as they get to know you, and you in turn, get to know them. A lot of times, your relationship with your matchmaker will grow and evolve so that through exploration and discussion, you may come to find that what you thought you wanted in a spouse, wasn’t quite what you needed.
  • Take for example a recent success story, where one of our clients Nilab (name changed for privacy purposes) thought she wanted a man who was more of the “take charge” personality. Someone who was a leader and decisive. The problem however was that she was also very similar to that personality type and her past experiences revealed to her matchmaker that she often butted heads with such a personality. In the end, Nilab stayed open minded to a match her matchmaker suggested who was much more patient and calmer than she was used to. Although at first she was hesitant, by the third conversation, they were discussing meeting each other’s parents and within a few months, completed their nikkah in a very happy union. Through countless examples, we have learned that there is a happy ending waiting for anyone, but it is important not to expect to sign up and have results immediately, especially without an open mind and heart. This is a service that helps you find a partner to complete half your deen, and something that needs to be invested in.