Power Balance, the company that allegedly duped athletes into believing its bracelets could provide super-human strength, is about to take a USD57 Million hit in a lawsuit filed by people who called BS on the product.
The same could happen to the Online Dating Industry
Match: Fake Profiles Lawsuit
eHarmony; claims of scientifically proven
MatchMatrix claims of energetic compatibility
and many more!
because the entire Online Dating Industry for serious daters in 1st World Countries is a HOAX, performing as a Big Online Casino, with low successful rates.
The Online Dating Industry is selling elixirs, tonics, snake oil liniments and other patent medicine and performing like the Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Industry before the USA Food and Drug Administration was created where any player can make any claim without any credentials.
The writer and journalist Lori Gottlieb (March 2006) noted about the growing number of Internet dating sites that are using the science of attraction to match singles: "their efforts mark the early days of a social experiment of unprecedented proportions, involving millions of couples and possibly extending over the course of generations"
Are the online daters victims of human experimentation ?