In addition to the damages, Beckman wants a bigger disclaimer on Match.com’s site, like a pack of cigarettes.
LAS VEGAS (CBS Las Vegas/AP) — An online dating service says a Las Vegas woman has no legal basis for her lawsuit seeking million after she was matched with a man who hid in her garage and brutally attacked her. She said she’d known Wade Ridley only eight days when she broke up with him in September 2010. “There were 10 stab wounds, eight on my physical body, two on my head, and when the knife broke, there was stomping on my head,” Beckman told a Los Angeles DUI Attorney official. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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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.
Such sites, Match included, occasionally come under fire because of misuse of their sites’ resources for malicious intent.
As a result, there have been several attempts over the past few years for those who have been injured by other users of dating sites such as to obtain compensation for their injuries through the courts.
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.
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
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