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By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that CBC has the right to reproduce, broadcast and publicize those comments or any part thereof in any manner whatsoever.Please note that comments are moderated and published according to our submission guidelines.From the moment 16-year-old Matthew Valentines asked out a girl to an ice cream date after meeting her in a chat room, he knew he would master the online dating world.“After that first experience, I was convinced online dating was really cool,” he tells Vocativ.

Personal Dating Assistants works something like this: Customers fork over 0 per month for a “personality deep dive”—one or two hours on the phone with one of Valentines’ personal dating experts.

This is a good start for someone who may not be adept at writing or for whom English is a second language.

However, what happens when that person is then contacted by an interested party to engage in some small talk?

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But in marketing materials, Valentines’ service comes across differently: superficial, selfish and vaguely misogynistic, like some distasteful hybrid of pick-up artist Neil Strauss and “Her’s” Theodore Twombly.

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