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She should know. It's been nearly 50 years since her present-day sister-in-law had a hunch that a brother, Michael, and Silberstein would hit it off.
Four months after their introduction, the Silbersteins were engaged. Now grandparents of three, the couple has lived in Marlboro for four decades, married 47 years. Today, Sandra Silberstein is the one dishing out the old-fashioned matchmaking services and happily-ever-afters.
She started her home-based business, Right Choice Dating Inc. Through word-of-mouth and personal referrals, she's since grown the business to a database of about 4, area residents looking for love. Silberstein's among about 1, traditional matchmakers operating in the United States, according to the Matchmaking Institute, a New York-based matchmakers' training academy.
Even with the last decade's online dating boom, traditional matchmaking hasn't suffered much, according to the institute. Silberstein says her service is part personal touch, part objective instinct — and a little of the blunt honesty and selectiveness you might not find in an Internet profile.
She requires identification.
She'll refuse an applicant if they don't meet with her personally or are overly concerned with dates' wallets. She's sent clients for counseling when they can't get over a lost spouse, and sent them home if a divorce isn't pending. It's why clients like Anna DiFria of Jackson, a year-old divorcee, say they trust her over big online dating companies and niche matchmaking sites.
She knows all the local people, and before you go out to meet somebody, she makes sure it's the right one for you. In her Marlboro office, Silberstein is Right Choice's sole employee, on-call from early morning to late evening Monday through Saturday. Right Choice customers are asked to fill out forms with data on their preferences and lifestyle — information like whether they want children or have them already, whether they smoke or don't. Most of Silberstein's clients, largely in their 30s through 50s, some in their 60s, come to her because they're recently divorced or widowed.
Some don't have the time to socialize much because of busy professional and family lives, Silberstein said. And with about 75 percent of her clients finding long-term relationships and 25 client marriages under her belt, Silberstein says her business has remained steady, and even grown a bit through the tough economy of the past few years.
The business's smaller size fosters more personal attention, and it's not all about money for her, Silberstein says. A lot of times, it works. Sandy is waiting to help you, lets get started now! Alesha Williams Boyd: ; awilliams app.Right choice dating service nj
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