Later after 2000, he worked for WCVB television for 3 years up to 2003.
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Not everyone looking for love can be on "The Bachelorette".
A local woman told the I-Team a dating service let her down, and she's now demanding a $3,800 refund.
Jacqueline Peters is a busy doctor and a divorced mother of three involved in a dating service dispute. Peters said she has five qualities she was looking for in a man.
This bachelorette said that matchmakers set her up with men who were missing the qualities she specifically requested. She shared them in writing with the dating service "It's Just Lunch" when she purchased a $3,800, six-month membership."I said, 'I'm a professional. It's pretty hard to find someone my height, my educational background.' She said, 'Describe what you're looking for,' so I said, 'Somebody a little over 5'8", somebody ideally 6' or taller, thin build.
He's at least 2 inches shorter than me and 10 years older than myself... After the second guy, I said, "Do you have anyone my height?