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Clark complained to the matchmakers and was assured the next man would meet her criteria. CBS 11 News.
After three poor love connections, Clark had had. Still, employees promised to make a match.
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She says she felt exploited and. Former employee Brandy Clift says she applied to be a matchmaker but they assigned her to the legal department.
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