CheckMates in the press

CheckMates has been featured in:

USA Today, on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, in the San Francisco Chronicle, East Bay Business Times, The Oakland Tribune, Silicon Valley Business, Inc., on KPIX-Channel 5, KGO-Channel 7, KTVU-Channel 2, in BusinessWeek, on Good Morning London, and CheckMates,Inc. is published in Gail Sheey's book, "Sex and the Seasoned Woman".

Click here to listen to a recent interview with Carole on KCBS radio.

More Press articles of interest:

Gentry Magazine (February 2011) - "Beyond Dating in the Digital Age," a profile spot on Carole Shattil and CheckMates, Inc.

San Francisco Chronicle (February 14, 2010) - "Lovers, retailers equally embrace Valentine's Day," by Tom Abate.

The Daily News (February 13, 2010) - "Extreme dating," by Jessica Bernstein-Wax.

San Francisco Chronicle (March 2nd 2008) - "In Search of a Soul Mate. Never mind the web, these women hunt dates the old way: with intuition and lots of cash."

SF Examiner (February 14th 2008) - "The 3 Minute Interview," an interview with Carole Shattil from CheckMates, Inc.

USA Today (August 17th 2006) - "Sex and the Seasoned Woman," an article about dating services for older women.

San Jose Mercury News (May 20th 2004) - "Love-broker agencies part of matchmaking tradition," an article about personalized matchmaking services.

USA Today (April 20th 2004) - "Truth in advertising hits Internet dating," an article about information verification dating services.

Bay Area Business Woman (Feb 2004) - Psychologist and Veteran Matchmaker Ensures Dates are "For Real" - an article about CheckMate's unique solution and rigorous methods.

Oakland Tribune (Monday Nov 10, 2003) - "The Right Moves," by Francine Brevetti - an article about the dangers of online dating and a recent "lovelorn backlash" to traditional matchmaking services.

Silicon Valley Biz Ink (April 4th 2003) - "Reality Dating Service Changes its Game Plan," an article about the need for matchmakers in Silicon Valley.

Candace Murphy - "Sex among boomers, especially women, is becoming mainstream," writes Gail Sheehy in her book "Sex and the Seasoned Woman" - CheckMates,Inc. founder Carole Shattil is used as a source in Gail's latest book.