#onlinedating | Santa Cruz DA seeks $10 million from dating site Match.com for misleading customers | #bumble | #tinder | #pof

SANTA CRUZ — The Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office is leveling consumer protection violation allegations against online dating site Match.com in a new lawsuit seeking $10 million in penalties.

The District Attorney’s Office Consumer Affairs and Environmental Protection Units is working with the California Auto-Renewal Taskforce in bringing the legal action. In the spotlight is Match Group Inc. a Delaware company doing business in Texas which owns and operates the world’s largest conglomerate of online dating services sites including brands such as Match.com, PlentyOfFish, OkCupid and Tinder, according to a release from the county office.


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