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.   Chap 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.

To read more of the details of Counsel Financial’s Blog

Click on OkCupid

To read the details of the proposed class action suit

Click on Class Action


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