3languages. Also according to its website,
join the Match.com community everyday and
“hundreds of thousands” of people find love on Matc
h.com every year. Match.com maybe served with Summons and a copy of this Original Class Action Complaint and Jury Demand byserving its registered agent for service of process, National Registered Agents, Inc., 16055 SpaceCenter Blvd., Suite 235, Houston, Texas 77062.
Match.com is an online dating service that advertises in print, via the internet andon television
nationally and worldwide.
The purpose of Match.com
’s heavy advertising is to drive traffic to its website,
www.match.com,its principal money making asset, that displays online personal profiles andtransmits communications between certain Members who desire to make a
There are two types of Match.com Members
Subscribers and Non-subscribers.
by (i) creating aUser name and Password, (ii) providing their gender, age, education level, email address, bodytype, eye color, income, pets, diet, hobbies, political and religious beliefs, favorite books,movies, places and other personal and confidential information, and (iii) specifying thegeographic area, gender and age range of people they are interested in meeting
Match.com encourages Members to include photographs in their onlineprofiles. Creating an online profile is free.
Non-subscribers may access Match.com on a limited basis for free. Subscribers
receive full access to Match.com’s products and services for approximately $39.99 per month.
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