If you are a Tinder user in California who subscribed to Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold between March 2, 2015 and March 1, 2019 and were at least 29 years old at time of purchase, then you may be member of this class action settlement.

A settlement has been reached in Kim v. Tinder, Inc., et al. Kim claims that Defendants violated the California Unruh Civil Rights Act, Cal. Civ. Code § 1694 et seq., and the California Unfair Competition Law, Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17200 et seq., by charging a higher price for subscriptions to Tinder Plus and Tinder Gold to persons who were 29 years of age or older. Kim filed the lawsuit on behalf of a class, seeking damages and restitution.

Defendants deny that there is any legal basis for Kim’s claims or that Kim or any members of the Class have suffered injury or are entitled to monetary or other relief. Defendants also deny that this case can be certified as a class action, except for purposes of settlement.

The parties and their counsel determined that a settlement is preferable to incurring the risk and cost of further litigation. The Court has not determined whether Kim or Defendants are correct.


Your Legal Rights and Options in This Lawsuit
Do Nothing If you do nothing, Tinder will automatically credit your account with an allotment of 50 Super Likes. You will also become a Class Member bound by the terms of the Settlement Agreement and Final Judgment, thus forfeiting your right to sue on your own regarding any claims that are part of the settlement.
Submit a Claim Form This is the only way to receive additional benefits outside of the 50 Super Likes. If you want to receive additional benefits under the Settlement, you must submit a claim form.
Opt Out of the Settlement You can exclude yourself from the Class if you want to be able to sue Defendants separately for the claims released by the settlement.
Object If you are a Class Member and believe the settlement is unfair or inadequate, you may object to the settlement by filing a written Objection.
Go to a Hearing The hearing is open to the public. However, only Class Members who have filed a "Notice of Intent to Appear" may address the Court.