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“In the outside world, he would not be able to get a date with that girl, because she was far more attractive,” blasted Nelson, who dropped Greenfield as a client after one year.

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I thought I get the career, then I find the woman,” Greenfield told The Post.

“I’d trade it all in for a white picket fence, two kids, a dog. I’d take a ,000-a-year job, work until I retire.” “I’m not a bad guy. “It’s just a very frustrating thing.” As for the Manhattan matchmakers — who charge about ,000 per year — Greenfield said: “You pay them up front and they don’t provide a service. He would always come back with some minor, minor thing that the person wasn’t perfect.” Greenfield may soon try Serious Matchmaking’s Janis Spindel — who said she’s reluctant to take him on as a client because she’s worried that his dream girl isn’t in her database. “The target audience of what he needs is a teacher from the boroughs or a secretary. He’s a country bumpkin.” The former Wall Street trader lives in rural Plainview, Long Island, and says he doesn’t want to date a woman who is obsessed with her career.