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out, then honestly, anyone can do it. >> reporter: rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. dig herself out. >> yeah. and her advice, of course, only works if you're single. families can't as readily move in with their parents. or hopefully not. >> speak for yourself. i've always told my husband, parents if we ever -- >> with the in-laws? >> yeah. it's a great motivator. >> but to move in with your parents and friends -- >> you got to put your pride out of the way when you need to get your debt in order. that's the message from reena this morning. >> financial advisor reena ninan. >> don't trust my financial -- coming up, when you're looking for love, it keeps taking you to all the wrong places. >> how the old-world idea of matchmaking is enjoying a new resurgence among today's modern singles. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
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to receive clot-bursting medication once they get to the hospital. so let's turn now to a matter of the heart and the age-old struggle for many who are looking for love. >> and in today's increasingly hectic world, modern singles are finding growing difficulty in finding the one. with more and more turning to a new take on an old world idea of matchmaking. we're "up all nightline" with linzie janis. >> reporter: while millionaire matchmaker patti stanger has famously found love for the rich -- >> meet my millionaires. >> reporter: you could say anna is more a thousand dollar matchmaker. her matchmaking costs 3500 bucks for three months or up to $5,000 for half the year. at the point they're willing to pay $3,500, are they desperate? >> i had that same question when i started this job and i have not yet met a desperate person. >> reporter: you've not met a
>> no. >> reporter: you haven't met a woman with the biological clock that's ticking, desperate to meet a man inside a year? no? >> we do not promise deadlines. people that we're working with normally have a lot going on in their lives that they're happy with and it's just this one missing piece. >> reporter: she works for the national matchmaking company three-day rule, jokingly named for this bad advice from the movie "swingers." >> i used to wait two days to call anybody. now it's like everyone in town waits two days. so i think three days is kind of mine. what do you think? >> two is enough not to look anxious. >> reporter: what are some common problems you're seeing with people coming in who haven't been successful dating on their own? >> i think modern dating is challenging. the system itself, it's great how many options we have these days with apps and websites, but it also leads to a bit of dating a.d.d. sometimes. >> reporter: she and her colleague, heather, only take on eight new paying clients a month. >> are you guys single, by any chance?
to become clients end up part of three-day rule's free pool of lower priority potential matches. >> hi. >> hi. >> are you emily? >> yes. >> so nice to meet you. i'm anna. >> reporter: on this day, anna meets with a potential new client named anna lisa. >> i'm totally going to spill this. >> i had been on a couple tinder dates and just like wasn't finding what i was looking for. some of them were just like bad. >> yeah. >> bad. i've been on a lot of bad dates. >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: they spend more than an hour going through anna lisa's relationship history, profile and dating desires. >> how tall are you? >> like 5'2 1/2". >> i'm give it to you. >> 5.3" on a good day. >> how about religion. is that a part of your life? >> yes, i'm a christian. i try to go to church every sunday. >> do you smoke at all? >> no, that's a deal breaker.
lisa decides to give the free database of singles a try. >> i'm excited. after like talking with anna, i was just like, there are a lot of things that i am like looking for so i just feel like it's nice to have somebody else take that difficult part out. >> reporter: she won't be guaranteed any dates, but if she eventually decides to pay up, anna will be there to help her get to happily ever after. for "nightline," i'm linzie janis in chicago. >> what do you think? >> i guess it makes sense people will do that because, let's be honest, tinder and grinder are basically hook-up sites. they're not necessarily for a long-lasting relationship. >> you're not going to find your happily ever after on tinder, is that what you're saying? >> no. happily next five minutes. >> coming up, the new gym in texas.ym in texas. the leading cough liquid only provides relief for four hours, but did you know there's a product that lasts for twelve hours? try delsym twelve hour cough liquid. its advanced formula works by immediately releasing powerful medicine that acts fast while its extended release medicine lasts for 12 hours. in fact, delsym lasts three times longer than the leading cough liquid.
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