After a while, you've dated so many people that not only do they become a blur, but you're reduced to using the most superficial criteria to distinguish them.
The flaw in this model is that first, it disempowers men and women from meeting directly and creates instead a dependency on those who are not principals in the dating. Very often these introductions are done arbitrarily and almost randomly. 'What often happens, therefore, in the religious dating world is that it becomes a game of trial and error.Second, professional matchmakers often treat their occupations as an impersonal job and take no real interest in their clients. Since a matchmaker is making an introduction to someone you've never met, you have to make the effort of finding out more information about the person in question. Since people are introducing you almost randomly and without a lot of personal information to justify the introduction, you decide to go out anyway on the off chance that it might work.