The FTC Is Suing Match.com for Allegedly Enticing Users With Fake Advertisements

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It is no secret that online dating might come at a price, and Match.com—one of many dating apps available nowadays—has come under fire this week due to allegedly sending false messages to entice its users to pay for a subscription.

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