'Love Match Atlanta': Fans ridicule Matchmaking Duo for charging $25K for consulting

'$25,000?!? I don’t want a man that bad #LoveMatchAtlanta,' a fan wrote on Twitter


                            'Love Match Atlanta': Fans ridicule Matchmaking Duo for charging $25K for consulting
Kelli Fisher and Tana Gilmore in 'Love Match Atlanta' (Bravo)
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'Love Match Atlanta,' which premiered on Sunday, May 8, gives viewers a look into the personal and professional lives of Atlanta's finest matchmakers. As the showrunners attempt to bring Atlanta's matchmaking scenes to the screen, viewers are astounded by the fees charged by these matchmakers.

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The show reveals the vicious mindset of some of the city's greatest matchmakers as they compete for clients. They can cost tens of thousands of dollars, making their business difficult and demanding. The matchmakers are pals who will do anything to make money. This creates friction between them as they compete for clients and try to prove that they are the best. However, the viewers of Bravo's new show are baffled by the prices these matchmakers demand to find love for their clientele.

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The season begins with the introduction of the matchmakers one by one. Kelli Fisher and Tana Gilmore, the Matchmaking team, are up first. For more than a decade, the two have been assisting the majority of female business owners in the country. The Matchmaking Duo is led by Tana Gilmore and Kelli Fisher. Kelli and Tana have been working with Atlanta females for over 12 years, but being one of their clients isn't simple. To appear their best, members must attend relationship therapy courses, image counseling sessions, and a pro photo shoot. You are finally ready for your first date after two months. Tana and Kelli were also good mates before launching their matchmaking company. They are both certified in life coaching. They offer tailored matchmaking services to busy, wealthy people seeking long-term relationships. When it comes to finding their match, the duo enjoys giving customers a lot of what they want and even more of what they need.

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What became a topic of discussion and the root of all jokes on the internet was when the co-owners revealed that they charge a consultancy fee of $25000. The program is tailored to each individual, with coaches teaching clients how to communicate as well as a flirt. They claim to have an 87 percent success rate and to be very popular in the African-American community. Viewers were quick to comment that paying that much money only to be with someone is ludicrous. One of them wrote on Twitter: "$25,000?!? I don’t want a man that bad #LoveMatchAtlanta"

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Another Twitter user mocked the consultation charge, writing: "$25,000 to hire a matchmaker to match you with someone in #Atlanta? Lol! #LoveMatchAtlanta"

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Viewers are still debating if matchmaking is worth the money, by raising questions like: "Like how do you justify paying $25,000 for your boo? "

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Catch all new episodes of 'Love Match Atlanta' every Sunday at 9 pm, only on Bravo TV.

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