A Chinese woman from Chengdu in Sichuan Province has been dumped by her ex-boyfriend. According to him, she was too immature and does not suit his professional image as a businessman.
So, in April of this year, she signed up for a three-month service from an online relationship counseling service worth 7,000 yuan ($1,058). Apparently, the company could help clients get their former partners back by improving their communication skills and by learning to manage their emotions and behave in a more mature manner.
However, she later demanded to get her money back after learning that her ex-boyfriend does not want to have her back, and instead, married another woman. She said that the counseling service failed to provide the service they advertised.
According to the company, their service only includes the provision of advice on love and relationship, and not to win back failed romantic relationship. Furthermore, the company representative added that although the contract said that it would help a couple get over a crisis and achieve reunification, it does not have a money-back guarantee, should it fail to do so.
The woman was also reportedly advised by a company representative that there is only a slight chance that she could win her ex-boyfriend, but she still pushed through with the contract.