According to Counsel Financial Blog, Match Group Inc. runs a number of dating sites. One of those is OkCupid. The Proposed Class Action case Chad Perkins et al. v. Match Group Inc. et al., case number 1:17-cv-2988 filed in US District Court alleges that Chad Perkins was defrauded by OkCupid. Chad Perkins started out as a “free” user but received messages from OkCupid stating that if he would upgrade to a paid subscription, for an additional $45.00 OkCupid would reveal the secret identity of matches of people who viewed and liked his profile.
According to Perkins, the potential matched once revealed were linked to non-active or dead profiles. Guess $45.00 does not buy what it used to.
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