Dating Site eHarmony Settles Same-Sex Class Action For $2 Million

Dating Site eHarmony Settles Same-Sex Class Action For $2 Million

In 2008, eHarmony responded to complaints that it wasn’t serving gay and lesbian customers by setting up a second website, Compatible Partners, and keeping those customers separate from the official site. Some users sued the company, saying anyone with bisexual interests were being forced to pay twice for the same service. Now eHarmony has settled the class action and will allow members of either site to participate on the other one without having to pay a second time. [More]

Recession Boon Time For Online-Dating Sites

Recession Boon Time For Online-Dating Sites

eHarmony says they’ve noticed their site traffic increases on days when the Dow drops by more than 100 points. I guess add them to auto parts stores as another counter-cyclical investment. [Economist] (Photo: andronicusmax)

Match.com Joins The 19th Century

Match.com Joins The 19th Century

Match.com has sagely decided to stop requiring you to send a telegram to cancel your subscription.

Shockingly, E-Harmony Found Electronic, Harmonious

Shockingly, E-Harmony Found Electronic, Harmonious

We’ve ragged on E-Harmony, the online dating service accused of having a vaguely creepy religious aura, and several months ago, we were plucking e-Harmony’s harp pretty hard.

Confessions of a Former eHarmony Worker

Confessions of a Former eHarmony Worker

An ex eHarmony.com customer service rep and atheist wrote in. She reveals more about the matchmaking site’s inner workings, including the old guy who sat behind her with a bible on her desk.

More eHarmony.com Discrimination Victims

More eHarmony.com Discrimination Victims

Online dating site eHarmony.com does not want Tamsem (pictured) as a member. Based on its extensive personality profile, eHarmony found her unsuitable for any of its tens of thousands of members.

Married Man Sues E-harmony.com For a Date

Married Man Sues E-harmony.com For a Date

Last month we wrote about a lady who was upset with e-harmony.com, an online matchmaking service. L.D. spent over an hour filling out the in-depth personality profile, only to be told at the end that e-harmony doesn’t let people who are legally separated to use its service.

e-Disharmony.com

e-Disharmony.com

re not fit to date any of our members, the number one online relationship site told her.