Okay, I will let them know. I see that you joined my site. I am going to try to make a post later this evening so that you can get a new update. I signed up for another wp account just to test things out and I didn't receive emails under my wp.com account. I had to use my email even though I requested to get email updates from my wp.com settings.
OK, just to clarify further, WordPress.com subscribers will only see your new posts in their Readers after the migration. If they want to receive email notifications, they need to subscribe explicitly via the email subscription widget on your blog. Unfortunately, it is not possible for them to enable email subscriptions for Jetpack blogs in the Reader at the moment (contrary to what I wrote earlier, apologies for the confusion).
To summarize: after the migration, old email subscribers will continue to receive email notifications as before. WordPress.com followers will only see new posts in the Reader and need to subscribe on your new site for email notifications if they want those, as well.
I cannot see my wp.com followers on the self-hosted site. It only displays email followers. I click the wp link and it will fresh only showing email followers. the WP link never highlights.
Just to confirm, what do you see when you click this link: http://www.yoururbanfantasy.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=stats&blog_subscribers&type=wpcom
It should bring up the list of WordPress.com subscribers for you. Does show the email subscribers instead?
I am wondering if another plugin on your site conflicts with Jetpack. Could you please try deactivating all plugins except for Jetpack and see if you can then view your WordPress.com subscribers? If you can, then by reactivating your plugins one by one will reveal the plugin that conflicts.