The matchmaker had promised the woman to provide 15 suitors a month as per promise.,donskoy tennis
The Juhu-based matchmaker has been asked by the Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission to refund woman Rs 55,000 along with Rs 5,000 as cost within 30 days, according to a report in Live Law.,soccer espn
The complaint was filed by the woman eight years ago. The matchmaker identified as Priya Shah promised the woman an average of 15 matches per month.,rabona fifa 19
As per the deal, Shah was required to mail prospective profiles, photographs as well as negotiating with the boy's parents and finalise the marriage.,football sites that predict correctly
sportsbook app,The woman paid Rs 55,000 by cheque in 2012 but was not provided the promised suitors. And when the woman and her father sent an e-mail complaint, there was no reply from the matchmaker.
tennis hu ebay,Two months later, the woman terminated the services of the matchmaker and asked for a refund. When the money was not refunded, the victim approached the consumer court. Initially, the matchmaker was represented by a lawyer, who later failed to turn up for hearings.
free slot machines with bonus,The court found the matchmaker guilty of deficiency in services promised to the complainant.
The court also took cognisance of the visiting card of Priya Shah and said she was indeed providing matrimonial services for clients.,world football
bet365 log in,"From e-mails on record, it can be seen that the complainant and her father have been in touch with the opposite party with respect to their requirements constantly but she has chosen not to reply to the said e-mails," a report in Times of India quoted from the court's order.