The Dallas based company is being accused of misleading customers.
Wired PR News – Dallas based online dating company Match.com is being sued for allegedly misleading its customers. As reported by the Dallas Morning News, the dating service has been accused of fraudulent billing practices by a former member claiming they return matches to paying customers for people who may not be paying customers or customers of the service at all.
As noted in the report, the lawsuit was filed in New York, with the plaintiff Sean McGee asserting that charging paying customers who are led to make attempts to contact people who are not actually members of the Match.com network, due to their profile appearing in search results on the site, constitutes fraud.
As further noted by the Dallas Morning News, Match.com expressed in a statement their belief that there was no basis for the lawsuit.
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