San Diego dating service The Ideal Match faces lawsuit

A California man is suing a San Diego dating service for unfair business practices. The man is one of three unhappy clients who claim to not have received what they paid for. According to the man featured in the story, he was sold on the expertise of the supposed patented matchmaking service. He paid $2,000 for the service and was promised to receive 10 matches. Moreover, the man stated few of his matches were what he requested.

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