American man sues dating site after finding “enough single women” in his age group, World News
Repelled for not having found “enough single women” on a dating site, a 29-year-old man from Colorado, United States, sued the CEO of the company, saying the website did not enough profiles of women.
Ian Cross, 29, sued Denver Dating Co. for an undisclosed amount of damages, according to the Denver Post. He accused the Nevada-based group of fraudulent inducement, breach of contract and deceptive business practices.
According to the lawsuit, Cross “was interested in hiring a dating service to meet single women his age” and met a company representative named Lisa in January.
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The rep told Cross that their dating services have a “huge” database of single women between the ages of 25 and 35, and that there has been a recent influx of new members in that age range. because of the “wave of ruptures” caused by the pandemic. , indicates the trial.
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Cross believed Lisa’s claims and paid $ 9,409 for the membership in February. However, he later found out that there were only five women in the 18-35 age group active in the database, according to the lawsuit.
“The Denver Dating Co. uses online reviews of fake or fictitious clients to create a false impression among the public about the quality and characteristics of its service,” the lawsuit said.
Several complaints were filed against The Denver Dating Co., alleging, among other things, that the company had poor communication skills and used “high pressure sales tactics” to sign new clients.
(With contributions from agencies)