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Tinder App Pricing Burns Men, Older Daters, User Alleges

Law360, Los Angeles (April 29, 2015, 6:15 PM EDT) -- Tinder Inc. was hit with a putative class action in California federal court alleging its mobile dating app discriminates on the basis of age and gender by charging more for men and users over the age of 30 to use its premium service.

Plaintiff Michael Manapol alleges he paid $19.99 for a one-month subscription to the service, while Tinder charged $9.99 for those under 30. He also alleges he was hit with recurring, automatic renewal fees in violation of California law and that the service illegally...
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Case Information

Case Title

Michael Manapol v. Tinder, Inc. et al

Case Number



California Central

Nature of Suit

Fraud or Truth-In-Lending


Stephen V. Wilson

Date Filed

April 28, 2015

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