It’s not me; it’s this website: Woman claims dating agency failed her because they did not have enough available men on the website
Divorced mother won in damages (roughly $17,000) from an exclusive dating agency after it failed to introduce her to her perfect match. Welcome to 2018 folks, the age of entitlement.
Tereza Burki sued Seventy Thirty, a London-based dating service business for deceit and misrepresentation. Last week, the courts ruled in favor of Burki telling the courts: “This case is about a woman looking for romantic happiness who says she was tricked into shopping in the wrong place, paying a large sum to a dating agency which, she says, made promises but failed to produce the goods.”
The Guardian reports that the managing director, Lemarc Thomas, stated there was a substantial number of male members within the dating agency. But the judge found that this claim was false. The evidence showed that there were only 100 men actively engaged.