Monday, April 23, 2018

A Match "glitch" reactivated a bunch of old profiles, raising concerns about user data

It was not a "glitch" perhaps, it was a revenge via Badoo - Bumble war.
If Badoo hacked Match databases and plans to demonstrate Match dirty tricks to entice customers to subscribe.
Who knows?

Just a year ago
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?"
Please see:

SA article: 10 Reasons Why You Should Swipe Right On Match Group

California updates dating services contract law to include sites like Match and eHarmony

Many complaints about Match dot com suggest ... database is full of old & inactive profiles, scammers, fake profiles, etc!
Perhaps Only way to sustain that huge revenue is / WAS creating fake profiles from inside to entice customers to subscribe. ???

Remember last August 2011 when a U.S. Class Action Called Match a 'Scam' / More than 90% of potential dates are "phantoms," suit charged then Match had morphed its marketing campaign.

Article by female Journalist: Dirty tricks from Match?
UK Journalist Melissa Kite, 43, tried online dating after being single for six months.
After no success she decided to cancel her subscription.
When she tried to cancel suspiciously eligible men began contacting her.

Please see also:
LAWSUIT Chad Perkins et al. v. Match Group Inc. et al., case number 1:17-cv-2988  

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