Bumble Boost

In November 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against two companies that operate the Bumble dating app alleging that the companies violate California state law by failing to adequately disclose the terms of the dating app’s premium subscription Bumble Boost, automatically renewing these premium subscriptions without consumers’ consent, and making it difficult for consumers to cancel their subscriptions. (King et al v. Bumble Trading, Inc. and Bumble Holding, Ltd., Case No. 18-cv-6868, N. D. CA.)

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