Bumble Boost Subscriptions

January 2019: The claims in this case were dismissed without prejudice, the reasons for which have not been disclosed.

September 2018: A class-action lawsuit was filed against operators of the Bumble dating app for allegedly violating New York state law by failing to adequately disclose the terms of the Bumble Boost subscription, misrepresenting the features of Bumble Boost, failing to adequately tell consumers about their right to cancel their subscriptions and making it difficult for consumers to cancel their subscriptions for a refund. (Schlossberg et al v. Bumble Trading, Inc. and Bumble Holding Ltd., Case No. 18-cv-8376, S. D. NY.)

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