Dating 'Swiping-Fatigue' Creates Busy Market For Boston Area Matchmakers

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BOSTON (WBZNewsRadio) - "Nothing compares to being one on one with somebody and human interaction," says Jill Vandor, an executive matchmaker at Lunch Dates. She says the Boston area matchmaking service is seeing a boom in business as local singles ditch the apps for a more curated dating experience.

Vandor has matched thousands of couples together over the year and says there's nothing quite like bringing two people together.

"Everyone is pre-screened." Vandor said. "Anybody that is being matched up is matched so that they have the same goals, values, and they're looking for the same thing out of it."

WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe (@KimWBZ) reports

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