Match Now Offers Dating Coaches To Help Members

The world of online dating can feel really intimidating and when it comes to actually meeting up in the real world, some singles aren’t sure how to proceed. And that’s why Match is starting a service called “AskMatch” that helps members of the dating app figure out the important stuff, like deciding where to go on a first date and what to wear.

“In this tech-driven world, Match is focused on getting our members into real-world relationships, and that starts with investing in our relationship with our members,” explains Match CEOHesam Hosseini.

The free phone-based service gives members one-on-one calls with an “expert” dating coach they can turn to for advice on everything from crafting the perfect pickup line to how to deal with the tricky process of defining the relationship.

  • Not sure if you’re being ghosted or if the person you’re seeing is pulling a slow fade? These pros can help with that, too. AskMatch is available now in New York City and Match plans to roll it out to the rest of the country through 2020.

Source:USA Today

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