Anonymous (60) from Maryland & Anonymous

Match #: 2701&2702

We would like to thank you so very much for our shidduch.

Without you, how would we have ever met?

Thanks to your 4th of July sale, I decided to give JWed another try after a six month or so break. I had become somewhat disillusioned even though five women I knew found their bashert this past year on JWed or some other matchmaking site.

Due to their success AND the 4th of July Special, it gave me the incentive to try too.
And there he was, My Zivug.

We have been in communication almost every single day since July 3rd 2016.

As we were getting to know each other, he originally from California and I from NY, we discovered that we both had hesitancies about meeting someone “on line.” Although from non-religious backgrounds, we both found our way to Orthodoxy. He is a Hassid, living in Eretz Yisroel for 30 years. I live on the East coast and will become Hassidic through marriage. We will live together in Eretz Yisroel. We are now both advocates for finding our shidduch in this way. How could we not be?

We got engaged on Motzei Shabbos right after Yom Kippur and the chasuna IYH will be on March 14, 2017 in Yerushalayim. (17 Adar 5777)

Thank you JWed – for making it possible for us to find each other.

Anonymous (60) from Maryland & Anonymous

We would like to thank you so very much for our shidduch.

Without you, how would we have ever met?

Thanks to your 4th of July sale, I decided to give JWed another try after a six month or so break. I had become somewhat disillusioned even though five women I knew found their bashert this past year on JWed or some other matchmaking site.

Due to their success AND the 4th of July Special, it gave me the incentive to try too.
And there he was, My Zivug.

We have been in communication almost every single day since July 3rd 2016.

As we were getting to know each other, he originally from California and I from NY, we discovered that we both had hesitancies about meeting someone “on line.” Although from non-religious backgrounds, we both found our way to Orthodoxy. He is a Hassid, living in Eretz Yisroel for 30 years. I live on the East coast and will become Hassidic through marriage. We will live together in Eretz Yisroel. We are now both advocates for finding our shidduch in this way. How could we not be?

We got engaged on Motzei Shabbos right after Yom Kippur and the chasuna IYH will be on March 14, 2017 in Yerushalayim. (17 Adar 5777)

Thank you JWed – for making it possible for us to find each other.

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