If You Subscribed To Match.com, You May Be Interested In A Class Action LawsuitA class action lawsuit alleges that upwards of 60% of the profiles on Match.com are either inactive former users or fake or fraudulently posted. In numerous instances the photos attached to these profiles are of pornographic actresses and models, seemingly stolen from independent websites. Match.com relies on the artificially inflated number of profiles to induce prospective members to pay for and join the site, and to deceive its current members into remaining as paying subscribers.
The lawsuit alleges that subscribers were misled into joining Match.com and were misled into renewing their memberships based on communications from Match.com that active members were trying to contact them when such representations were false.
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L. Timothy Fisher
Happy Valentine's Day. Those looking for love on line are targets of a tremendous amount of fraud. I hope they nail Match.com to the wall. I had a profile on match.com a long time ago (years) and I did meet some people but there were many fake accounts and false solicitations, so I went over to the free site www.plentyoffish.com.