Case Number: 17-cv-2988
Case Title: Chad Perkins vs Match Group, Inc.
Assigned Judge: Judge Elaine Bucklo
Filed Date: APRIL/20/2017
Fraud action: OKCupid sets users up with premium access premise, stiffs them on 'viable dating options'
A man who paid premiums to access A-list dating prospects, only to find out most were dead ends, is suing the company behind OKCupid, accusing the company of setting him and other users up to get stiffed.
Match Group responded and said the bad profiles were the result of a software bug.
Match lost a ruling in Chicago in 2013.
Dave Evans said "Match sent me 12 matches and a msg saying my profile was approved.
This profile has been deactivated for years. Bug or desperation?"
article: Better Business Bureau gives Match.com "F" rating
Several complaints about Match dot com suggest ... database is full of old & inactive profiles, scammers, fake profiles, etc!
Alexa shows an inverse spike after 2017 New Year's Eve for several online dating sites including Match, PlentyOfFish, Zoosk, eHarmony, EliteSingles and many more!
*** Only way to sustain that huge revenue is creating fake profiles from inside to entice customers to subscribe. *** ???
Last May 2016, I suggested USA FTC investigate several online dating sites for misleading statements, false claims, overpromises.
Like Match, eHarmony, Zoosk, OkCupid, EliteSingles (Affinitas GmbH.) copycat of eHarmony, Tinder and others.
Match to focus on dating events as it launches ‘pioneering’ Messenger bot ???
USA FTC: No more automatic rebilling in USA for Online Dating sites?