Match.com is among the largest online networks for single individuals who are looking to find a real and significant relationship. A class action lawsuit has been filed against Match.com, alleging that the company “inefficiently” throws together the profiles of present and canceled subscribers, and then displays those profiles as if they were the same. The East coast class action lawsuit will be moved to Dallas to be tried due to the “forum selection clause” in the user agreement that states if a dispute were to arise, the case would be tried only in Dallas or Collin County. Mr. Barry Brodsky is the plaintiff who sued Match.com on behalf of a dozen other unhappy individuals who were involved with the network relationship site. Surprisingly, the litigation alleges that a big portion of Match.com members are subscribers who have canceled their membership or have not signed up for the site at all. The lawsuit seeks to stop the network site from engaging in “deceiving practices” as well as includes bans on other mishaps with the site. Match.com claims they believe the lawsuit was filed without merit and the will defend their site and name vigorously.