Match.com Lawsuit Claims Fewer Than Half of All Match’s Dating Profiles are Legit

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Online dating giant Match.com has been sued, again, this time in Federal court in Texas. The lawsuit alleges that fewer than half of all singles profiles listed on Match .com are legitimate, with more than half of the profiles being either those of previous Match customers who had cancelled their accounts or, even, scam profiles.

Match.com was previously sued in 2005, in a lawsuit against Match.com which made claims of fraudulent and Match employee profiles appearing on the site. At the time, Match.com denied that there were false profiles or profiles of Match.com employees on the site. That lawsuit was eventually dropped, as was a similar law suit in 2009.

This time, however, commentators believe that the lawsuit, which has five plaintiffs seeking class action status for the suit, will go forward.

Match.com said in a statement that “The claims have no merit and Match.com will defend the lawsuit vigorously.”

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However, says the plaintiffs lead attorney, Jeffrey Norton, “We have a strong complaint based on strong investigations.”

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