Texas Web site settles $1.5 million love less class action lawsuit

Irving based True.com Internet dating site agrees to pay $1.5 million in refunds.

Dallas, TX (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Lawyers filed a federal lawsuit in the Northern District of Texas against True.com alleging consumers were charged fees after they canceled their memberships. As reported by the Dallas Morning News, 150,000 members will possibly benefit from the class action lawsuit settlement if U.S. District Judge David C. Godbey approves the agreement.

According to court documents filed by attorneys for the wronged members, True.com will compensate members who were billed after canceling their memberships with Internet love site. Wong whose legal team filed the lawsuit claimed he was charged at least three times by True.com after canceling his membership. The lawsuit claims the company violated state and federal laws with their unfair business practices.

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