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If you're in Los Angeles looking for love, look no further than Master Matchmakers, the premier matchmaking service in Southern California. We have been helping Angelinos meet their match since 2005. Our experienced team of professional matchmakers is dedicated to finding compatible partners that meets each other's criteria while creating a safe and enjoyable experience for them. 

At Master Matchmakers, we understand that everyone’s needs are different when it comes to finding a relationship – which is why our services go beyond just matching couples up based on looks or interests alone! We prove age and identity, verify photos are current, complete and accurate with face-to-face interviews, and we perform background checks so you can be rest assured knowing that only quality individuals will be suggested by our expert team. You get to view photos, read profiles and ask us anything you like before deciding if you want to speak with your potential match before you even agree to meet. 

With almost two decades of experience connecting people from all over Southern California - from Hollywood to Huntington Beach; Santa Monica to San Diego; Santa Barbara to Irvine - we guarantee that what you see online, is what you'll get in person.  So don’t wait any longer – contact us today.

What is Master Matchmakers, and what services does it offer in Los Angeles?

Master Matchmakers is a premier matchmaking service that has been helping singles in Southern California find love since 2005. We offer personalized matchmaking services to assist Angelinos in meeting compatible partners. Our experienced team ensures a safe and enjoyable experience by verifying age and identity, conducting background checks, and providing face-to-face interviews. We serve a wide range of areas, from Hollywood to Huntington Beach, Santa Monica to San Diego, and Santa Barbara to Irvine.

Why should someone choose Master Matchmakers for their matchmaking needs in Los Angeles?

Choosing Master Matchmakers means opting for a trusted and experienced matchmaking service with almost two decades of success in Southern California. Our dedicated team goes beyond matching based on looks or interests alone, ensuring that you meet genuine and compatible individuals. With our rigorous verification process and personalized approach, you can be confident that the matches we suggest are of high quality. We offer a comprehensive service that includes viewing profiles, asking questions, and deciding whether to proceed with a potential match before meeting them.

What is the process involved in Master Matchmakers' matchmaking services, from initial consultation to ongoing support?

  1. Get Started: Complete our "Get Started" form or call us toll-free at (800) 734-9230. A representative will contact you to discuss your criteria and explain our services.
  2. Background Checks: We verify your identity, age, and photos, and conduct a criminal background check to ensure authenticity and safety.
  3. Personal Coaching: Our professional dating and relationship coaching helps you identify patterns, break habits, and plan for a successful relationship. You'll meet your coach face-to-face for personalized guidance.
  4. Guaranteed Matches: We present your photos and profile to prospective matches and facilitate introductions if both parties are interested. Feedback from both sides continuously improves the matchmaking process.

How does Master Matchmakers' personalized approach to matchmaking differ from other matchmaking services?

Master Matchmakers stands out with its highly customized and hands-on approach. Unlike other services that may rely heavily on algorithms, we focus on personal compatibility and meaningful connections. Our rigorous verification process ensures that all members are genuine and meet high standards. Additionally, we offer professional coaching services to support clients in finding and maintaining ideal relationships, making the overall experience more personalized and effective.

To find love in Southern California complete our Get Started form or call us toll free at (800) 734-9230


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Speak with a coordinator to determine the right level of service for you. Each experience is customized to suit a client's needs and budget. Prices will be discussed on the call. To qualify for matchmaking you must prove your identity, verify your age and photos and pass a background check.

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To assist our clients in finding, forming and maintaining the ideal relationship we offer professional dating and relationship coaching as a complement to or substitute for matchmaking. You will meet your coach face-to-face to identify patterns, break habits, learn best practices and plan ahead.


We present your photos and profile to prospective matches and vice versa. We do our best to advocate for you and create interest. If you both accept the match we exchange numbers and expect you to get acquainted before you meet. Your feedback continuously improves the process.

Is All Fair in Love and (Twitter) War?

Friday, November 09, 2018

Is All Fair in Love and (Twitter) War?
Celebs may shade their exes on social media, but that doesn't mean you should too!

by Marni Eth

Just because a couple was very (very) open about their relationship online, doesn't mean details of their breakup should be shared for public consumption. Ariana Grande learned that the hard way when she deleted a tweet aimed at ex fiancé, Pete Davidson, alluding that he used her for relevancy. Despite erasing the post, it still made headlines and caused a frenzy of speculation regarding intimate details of their breakup.

Personal Space spoke to the ultimate love and relationship expert, CEO of Master Matchmakers Steven Ward, to learn the downsides of shading an ex online, and how to manage if they do it to you. (In addition to matchmaking, Ward's company also offers personal relationship coaching, since there are so many complicated aspects of dating, including gracefully navigating breakups on social media.)

Subtweeting on your social media platforms so that your ex will see may be tempting and can feel good at the time, but it usually does more harm than good in the long run. According to Ward, these type of posts are super common because people “feel liberated by social media.”

Finding solace or satisfaction by saying how they feel and getting things off their chest can be very cathartic. However, Ward explained that when it comes to passive-aggressive posts, they rarely have the response you want and oftentimes lead to the opposite result.

Just like in the theory of relativity, which states for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, impulsive, half-baked posts have an effect. If you write something expecting your ex to feel “shame, regret, doubt, or remorse,” they will more likely feel “justified, vindicated, more certain, or resolute.” 

Ward also divulged that the more subtle you think you are being with a subtweet or vague emotional post, the more obvious it will likely seem to others.

For example, Anwar Hadid recently posted a heartfelt message about craving the type of love he gives, which could have been a subtle dig at recent fling Kendall Jenner being spotted back with Ben Simmons. Despite not spelling it out directly, many suspected the connection almost immediately.

Even if your ex doesn't see it, your friends or theirs might and the intended message may be distorted if they overanalyze it. What may have felt good in the moment can end up looking pathetic or petty from others' perspectives.

While it might seem like a bigger deal when celebrities put their exes on blast since it’s scrutinized by the media, Ward would give the same advice to anyone. According to him, “Everyone is a celebrity in their own echo chamber online whether it’s on Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, etc.”

Therefore, despite having a smaller audience than someone famous, posting a personal message online publicizes a private matter, which can result in your followers, acquaintances, and loved ones losing respect for you. Ward explained, “Putting your feelings about your romantic partner online reveals more about you than the substance of what you are saying."

In some cases, these types of actions can make you appear untrustworthy or "that you lack good judgement and are self-destructive.” Bottom line: It's immature to publicize relationship drama in that way and reflects more negatively on you than it does on your ex.

What do you do if you see an ex posting passive-aggressive messages seemingly directed toward you online?

Ward advised you don’t just ignore them, but block them for it, too! “Make it clear that you don’t want to see their thinly veiled attempts to get your attention. By distancing yourself from them further you are conditioning them to know better.”  

What do you do if you are desperately tempted to subtweet at your ex?

Ward recommended you resist and instead seek counsel from professionals, mutual friends, or acquaintances whom you’ve come to know and trust. “Do not violate the sanctity of your relationship by sharing private knowledge of what went on that lead to your break up." That will cause more awkwardness if you ever get back together and won't grow feelings of trust.

Ward instead suggested, "Seek perspective, understand other peoples’ points of view, and then perhaps you can help them understand yours.” 

Further, if you are looking to start a new connection, going low with the sub-posts in retaliation to an ex can hinder potential new relationships.

Ward explained that if someone you just met can see photos of your ex or passive-aggressive posts about a member of the opposite sex, "They will immediately assume there is a residual connection that will hamper your emotional availability for any kind of relationship.” Therefore, if you are trying to move on, that goal will be less achievable if you have those negative messages visible on your online platforms. 

At the end of the day, although people may think an Instagram or Facebook Story, a Snap or a tweet is short-lived, Ward explained that both memories and screenshots last a lifetime. In the words of the original Master Matchmakers, “Stop and think before you do." 

And if you are still tempted to rant online, reread Ward's advice until it sinks in!

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