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Also, she was friendly and helped me out with answering questions I had.

If you need to check to see if someone you met previously will be there before signing up, then just email [email protected] events have wide age ranges.

However, Date Switch events are large enough so there are always participants in attendance who are your age, regardless of whether or not your age is on the lower or upper end of an age group.

The alleged illegal practices include: Assistant Attorney General Cherie Howe handled this case.

If you believe you have been a victim of fraud by Great Expectations or others, please contact the Attorney General's Office in Phoenix at 602.542.5763, in Tucson at 520.628.6504 or outside the Phoenix and Tucson metro areas at 1.800.352.8431.

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