The popular eHarmony online dating service will have to do more to welcome gays and lesbians to its site, under a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit announced Tuesday. The Pasadena company, which says it uses a scientifically developed questionnaire to help people find "relationships that last," didn't offer gay, lesbian and bisexual matchmaking services on its primary Web site, eHarmony. As a result of a settlement with the state of New Jersey, which sued the company for discrimination, men and women seeking same-sex matches were redirected from eHarmony to an affiliate Web site, Compatiblepartners. A separate class-action civil rights lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles in , saying that eHarmony violated California law barring businesses from discriminating based on sexual orientation. The proposed settlement would require eHarmony to display its gay and lesbian dating services more prominently. For example, a "gay dating" link would be added to the bottom of the home page where there now are links for black, Hispanic, Jewish, Christian and seniors dating.
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The plaintiffs are represented by Orin Snyder of Gibson Dunn, who has represented some of the biggest companies in tech, including Facebook, Apple and Uber. Four of the plaintiffs, who still work at Tinder, were put on paid administrative leave by the company on Tuesday, according to a source familiar with the matter. The dispute centers on an analysis of Tinder done in by Wall Street banks to set a value for stock options received by Sean Rad , a Tinder co-founder, and other early employees. IAC issued a statement calling the suit "meritless" and saying it would "vigorously defend" itself against it. The statement said that Rad and other former executives who left the company a year or more ago "may not like the fact that Tinder has experienced enormous success following their respective departures, but sour grapes alone do not a lawsuit make.
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Allegations of trolling a millionaire dating site to defraud wealthy women has landed a venture capital company and its officers and directors in the center of a lawsuit alleging securities fraud in California. The lawsuit alleges 12 violations, including securities fraud, sale of unregistered securities, operating as unlicensed broker and as an unlicensed investment advisor and aiding and abetting a fraud. In the past two years, Bernier has exchanged over 29, messages with over 3, women through the dating website MillionaireMatch. The plaintiff, Marieme Bouguerba, had filed individually against VentureMoney Management CEO Mark Bernier, who allegedly targeted her and her money on the dating website with a solicitation to invest her money in a fraudulent scheme. Bernier presented himself on the dating site as a licensed investment professional to gain the trust of the woman in order to make a sale.
WTVF — If you haven't tried online dating, chances are you know someone who has. Millions of people use these dating sites and apps to meet people. But, today, the federal government has now accused the owner of the biggest online dating service of misleading consumers and using fake ads to convince them to sign up.