Mary kay sues dating service

OKCupid, Tinder, Bumble, and Plenty of Fish are some of the better-known dating sites (though of course we shouldn’t rule out niche sites like Farmers Only and Veggie Date).

Through it all, though, one of the most trusted places for single folk to make a connection has been

Mary Kay Beckman of Las Vegas is suing for million.

She said she met a man through the popular dating website and he tried to kill her.

Match holds a significant market share in the booming online dating industry.

Recent statistical data showed the website having 4,288,595 unique hits per month, with a total number of 26,200,000 visits.

District Court on Friday accusing of failing to disclose dangers of online dating.

“”I shouldn’t even be here today.” According to Courthouse News Service, Beckman has undergone surgeries to repair her jaw, preserve her eyesight and remove part of her skull to replace it with a “synthetic component.” Ridley later was charged with murdering a woman in Phoenix. Beckman’s lawyer says is “absolutely not safe.” “The basis of the lawsuit is the advertising that is utilized by Match.com, lulling women and men into a false sense of security,” attorney Marc Saggese told KLAS-TV. CBS RADIO and EYE Logo TM and Copyright 2013 CBS Broadcasting Inc.

Exceptional cases can serve as wake-up calls, as the Craigslist Killer did for Craigslist.

It can be tough to find a date without the Internet these days.

Recent research indicates that an estimated 40 million people make use of dating websites in their search for a partner, whatever that might mean to them at the time of their search.

The bag also includes marketing and sales brochures, and DVDs that contain company and product information and tips for making money right away.

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