They had many law suits against them regarding "The Right One", and therefore they decided to change name. It's the same crew/owners like "The Right One", just a different business model. Now it's called "The Ideal Match" ..it's the same people, same tricks.
Maybe they changed their contracts as well, thus it will be even harder for you to fight at the court to get your money back. A company that pretended to provide dating services of high quality, for which of course you had to pay.
"We have compiled the largest database of singles in the Southeast, but we know that we're not the right choice for everyone." She offers these tips: CHOOSE LOCALThis should be a no-brainer.
In order to match you and your preferences, your matchmaker needs to know all about the latest and/or greatest nightlife and attractions in your area.
The second is an extended one-page biography that gives a more detailed description of the member's personality and preferences.
Members are given web search access to the short 35-to-50 word profiles of other members.
TIME Magazine mentioned it in a review of dating services, saying, "If you’re highly educated and seeking a highly educated partner, Right Stuff Dating ('The Ivy League of Dating') may be right for you." Competing niche sites targeting high intelligence or graduates of elite universities have either closed entirely, no longer work with current browsers, or are otherwise essentially moribund.