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The jury found PositiveSingles guilty of fraud, malice, and oppression as the plaintiffs' race, sexual orientation, HIV status, and religion were misrepresented by exporting
each dating profile to niche sites linked to each trait. A 2011 class action lawsuit alleged Match. com failed to remove inactive profiles, didn't accurately disclose the selection of active members, and does not police its site for fake profiles; the inclusion of expired and spam profiles as valid served to both artificially inflate the whole collection of profiles and camouflage a skewed gender ratio during
which active users were disproportionately single males. The suit claimed up to 60 percent were inactive profiles, fake or fraudulent users. Some of the spam profiles were imagined to be using images of porn actresses, models, or people from other dating sites. Former personnel alleged Match routinely and intentionally over-represented the number of active members on the web page and a huge percent were not real members but 'filler profiles'.