Match.com Lawsuit Sites "False Sense of Security"
Jan27

Match.com Lawsuit Sites "False Sense of Security"

[break][/break](January 27, 2013) Online dating service Match.com is being sued for $10 million by a woman who was attacked by a guy she met through Match.com two years ago. The lawsuit was filed by Mary Kay Beckman who says that Match.com doesn’t do enough to warn people about the dangers of online dating. Beckman’s attorney, Marc Saggese, told KLAS News that Match.com’s advertising lulls both men and women into a...

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Great Expectations Lawsuit and Hidden Camera Investigation

(July 23, 2009) Online dating service Great Expectations is in a lot of trouble after a hidden camera investigation found stronghold sales tactics in getting people to dish out thousands of dollars for a service they say misrepresents itself. The State of Wisconsin has filed a lawsuit against Great Expectations for violating state consumer protection laws. Some of the sales tactics include taking people’s drivers license to keep...

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Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against eHarmony
Jun03

Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against eHarmony

June 3, 2007 – Online dating service eHarmony is under renewed pressure to allow gays and lesbians to use its service after a discrimination lawsuit was filed against the company in California this week. Linda Carlson, a lesbian, tried to sign up for the service, but couldn’t because there wasn’t a “woman seeking woman” option. She contacted eHarmony, which apparently dismissed her complaint. So she filed...

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