If You Thought OK Cupid Was Awful, Match.com Is Worse
- Match.com sued for tricking and lying to all of it's users. Match is one of the most hated online dating companies (along with OK Cupid) of all time!
- We are demanding that the FTC, SEC and Congress prosecute match.com to the fullest extent of the law and that investigative media resources tear them to shreds
- Hillary Clinton’s daughter, who hangs out with Ghislaine Maxwell, helps run match.com
Match.com allegedly tricked hundreds of thousands of users into buying subscriptions by sending them fake love interest ads, according to a lawsuit filed by the FTC. The company gained nearly 500,000 subscriptions by alerting users of connections known to be fake. The FTC claims the dating site also lured customers with deceitful promotions, and later made it difficult for them to dispute charges and cancel subscriptions. Scumbag Match.com CEO Hesam Hosseini should be arrested for the many crimes and corruptions of Match.com. Dave Sebastian a reporter at The Wall Street Journal tells us that The Federal Trade Commission has sued online-dating service Match Group Inc. for allegedly using fake love-interest advertisements to trick hundreds of thousands of users into buying subscriptions on Match.com. For more see: FTC Sues Match for Allegedly Tricking Users With Fake Ads .
Nicholas Schneider , a Litigation Attorney at Bernkopf Goodman LLP reports: “Quit playing games with our hearts, says the Federal Trade Commission.. With its new explosive lawsuit against Match (which owns Match, Tinder, Hinge, and OkCupid), the Federal Trade Commission signals the start of a consumer-fraud crackdown in the online-dating market. Most interesting among its several salacious allegations is that Match enticed basic (free) users to purchase premium subscriptions by notifying them that they had received "matches" in their premium inboxes knowing that the "matches" were from scammers, not real love interests. Only time (and lengthy discovery) will tell whether Match forwarding these supposed "matches" was a product of malicious intent or a benign algorithm. But online-dating apps and services should be on notice that the Federal Trade Commission does not take consumer fraud of the heart lightly. #consumerprotection #match #socialmedia #onlinedating #advertising #marketing” Albert Fong, a Product Marketing & Communications Leader says: “ A league out of their own: Truth be told, cancelling a subscription to anything can be a chore, but it's even worse when it's one tied to emotions https://lnkd.in/e8jaqRK , #advertising #dating #psychology #match #relationships subscription
William Hadley, Programmer | 2020 MBA Cybersecurity Candidate | Comprehensive Information Technology Experience Including System Administration and Web & Application Development | Cybersecurity & Leadership Career Focus says: “ Why does social engineering work so well? Because it involves humans and emotions. Match.com used social engineering to convert unsuspecting users into paying members. The social costs and damage to Match's reputation will likely be long-lasting. In fact, in a 2018 survey, 81% of respondents stated they would lose trust in a brand if the product or service didn't live up to the company's promise and 78% due to a poor customer service experience. Consumer trust is sacred. Maintaining this trust includes always practicing high-quality #customerservice and thoughtfully ensuring consumer #privacy and #dataprotection. https://lnkd.in/e8WvFTT 1. Survey of 1,034 respondents 18 years and older conducted by SurveyMonkey Oct. 5-7, 2018. https://lnkd.in/eAvgEkv
Engman David Family Service (Sales) at Service Corporation International says: “I am a victim of this from Match.Com and Ourtime.Com both of which are Match.Com companies, I have found out. I also have recently just reviewed my credit card statements and feel really stupid for not catching this but although I have NOT been on either site for sometime, I am still being billed for annual subscriptions. “
Kamala Dixon Experienced stylist and personal shopper turning heads...one style at a time says: “Argh...as if online dating isnt bad enough....can we please go back to bumping into people at coffee bars and stop making finding love a business! “
Jenny Devlin SAP Business/Systems Consultant says: “ I have entered profile data into a "free" site to find I cannot see who contacts me without paying. It was worth about what I was paying – nothing!”
Please read if you have used Match.com and please SHARE this. I wonder what other dating sites are doing? #ftc #matchmaking #onlinedating
Melissa Myer, the Acknowledgment Coordinator at The University of Texas at Austin says: “Online "dating" is no longer a viable model for those who wish to meet a committed partner. This is sad, because pre-browser and in the early days of browsers, there were a couple of legitimate dating sites, and I have friends who met and married because of them. But, these sites seemed to be extremely mindful of bad actors and took complaints seriously. If, in this day and age, you don't know that dating sites are chocked with bots, scammers, and people who otherwise have no business being on them (read: married), there is a critical lack of information getting out to the public. Lastly, IMHO, the people you really have to be mindful of are those you meet IRL who almost immediately ask for money or suggest that you buy/invest with them. Those are the true scammers of which to be aware.”
Worse yet, huge number of match.com users are now infected with drug-resistant gonorrhea. Match.com is where folks go for quick sex with strangers. Using the ploy of "Looking for an LTR", each person feigns long term intent while only seeking a quickie. Girls are often looking for free dinners and cash and guys are always looking for sex. Each will promise anything in an attempt to reach their goals. Now, the price has become higher than ever. E.J. Mundell reports in HealthDay that these cases of drug-resistant gonorrhea are skyrocketing in match.com users.
Antibiotic-resistant cases of the sexually transmitted illness gonorrhea have more than quadrupled in the United States. This new data, from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, should serve as a warning that "the future of current treatment options may be in jeopardy," the agency said. "The confluence of emerging drug resistance and very limited alternative options for treatment creates a perfect storm for future gonorrhea treatment failure in the U.S.," said Dr. Jonathan Mermin, who directs the CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and Tuberculosis Prevention. Match.com users can be tracked by their photos and credit card information back to their medical records by hackers and government researchers in order to verify their infection volume.
Think the above insights about match.com are bad? Here is even worse tidbits about that dating cartel:
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