Mishilechis said she went to the synagogue and ran into just the right girl.
“They got married, she moved to Paris, now they have more than eight children, between six and eight children for sure,” she said.
“We appreciate the fact that people are busy and don't have hours to search through profiles,” explains Saw You At Sinai COO Danielle Solomon.
“That's why we offer the human touch through dedicated matchmakers.
She charges for the first few matches, and also requests a fee from the bride and the groom when the couple gets engaged.
The income helps her to support her family, she said. “If you don’t pay the matchmaker, you might have bad luck in the family, like you might not have children.” Mishilechis — who is now married with three children — said she spent nine years looking for her own husband.
Our members are focused on finding a quality relationship and are matched with those that have common life goals, so they're already starting out at a better point than someone you might meet randomly.” “Options are limited,” reflects Ian, an Internet Entrepreneur who lives in New Jersey. Walk up to a girl somewhere and ask ' Are you Jewish?
' Having a website to do preliminary screening is definitely helpful.
“They don't want to get too involved with someone who they find good looking, smart and funny but has never been to Israel and would never want to move there.
People can register on the site by themselves, however, they can only be introduced to others by a matchmaker.
“It’s the classical Jewish approach,” Vadim Epstein said.
She was 32 years old and worried that she would stay single forever by the time she found him. She made her first match even before she found her husband.
On an online database, she met a French Orthodox Jew who was looking for a Ukrainian beauty who had to be a virgin and a Cohen.