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She also said she informed the agency she didn’t want to go online to meet a man and “took them at their word that I would meet a man in town.” “I asked them for a refund of €795 and they refused to give it to me,” she said.However, Rena Maycock, Director of Intro Matchmaking, based in Grafton Street, Dublin, told the court Ms Mc Nevin signed the terms and conditions of a contract which stated the dating agency is a nationwide service and clients are not guaranteed matches within their home counties."Every member is required to travel up to 1.5 hours to meet a match at the halfway point," Ms Maycock told the court.Ms Maycock said the agency matched Ms Mc Nevin with someone living in Westmeath but she had refused the match, even though she would only have to travel 30 minutes to the halfway point.I just wanted to meet people in town [Dublin area],” Ms Mc Nevin told Judge Dermot Dempsey.Ms Mc Nevin said she paid two amounts - one of €200 and another of €595 to join the agency.
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If she didn’t agree to them she should not have registered as a member.