By now almost all of you have heard of Match being sued for perhaps perhaps not getting rid of inactive users in a prompt way (among other items like showing fake pages).
Appears like somebody interviewed a lot of ex-Match workers and contractors and determined they’d a full situation against Match. Attorneys done of fake, inactive and fraudulent pages. ”
Newsflash to attorneys: Of course you can find 1000s of fake and inactive pages on Match. And Chemistry and eHarmony and Plentyofish and almost every other internet site available to you. Similar to you will find a huge number of scammer deals on e-bay, every day.
Of all internet dating sites nowadays, Match probably does the most useful work at removing fake pages. Why? Match has built up a top-notch customer care team while the technology and infrastructure to guide anti-fraud efforts. I would personally estimate they own more anti-fraud stuff in place than virtually any other dating internet site.
Ignorant/bitter singles and lawyers with dollar indications to them, thats the extent for this lawsuit. Unless of course we’re something that is missing one never ever understands.
Fake pages can be a story that is different inactive people. I’ve written about online dating sites leaving inactive profiles up too much time for a long time. Continue reading