Carly Spindel of Connecticut Traditional Luxury Matchmakers

Carly Spindel is the Connecticut luxury traditional luxury matchmaker. Together with Janis Spindel since 1993, they are responsible for over 3,700 marriages to date. Their process of finding women who have the 4B’s (beauty, brain, body and balance) is the secret to their success. Men pay upwards of $1 Million Dollars to find the love of their life. No expense is spared by these billionaire clients who have everything except true love. The Spindel’s are known for delivering.

When a prospective client reaches out to the Connecticut luxury traditional luxury matchmaker, the process is very set. Janis and Carly have developed their process and in order to consider the retention of the Spindel’s, men must call the office and set up a dinner with Janis and Carly. At dinner, the man is asking his set of questions and the ladies are asking theirs. It’s when a mutual understanding and agreement is formed, that’s when the gentleman becomes a client.

The first question the man asks is if Janis can guarantee he will find a wife from the introductions. Janis’ standard, battle tested reply is that she will deliver exactly what he asked for and who she feels is his wife should be. The only component we can’t account for is chemistry. Carly Spindel and Janis Spindel luxury matchmaking won’t take on gold diggers looking for a sugar daddy. Carly can filter out gold diggers rather easily by asking just a few key questions. On the other hand, men will not become clients if they have unrealistic expectations. If a 48 year old billionaire is interested in a woman not older than 30, that’s a deal breaker for Carly.

It’s strongly suggested that if a man is somewhat interested in the woman Carly introduced him to, that he ask her out again. Many times, the first date is rather nerve racking and women are not themselves. Sometimes the man is not himself. On the second date, the man can make a much more informed decision. Men want a woman that can bring something to the table. Listen to Yahoo Finance and Janis.