VERDICT JUSTIA - Sep 11 - In mid-August, a Texas-based federal court dismissed claims brought by a group of disgruntled daters, via several class-action lawsuits, against the Match.com. The lawsuit alleged that Match.com fooled them into subscribing with empty promises and the display of old fake profiles. Match.com does not conduct background checks on its subscribers, and it tells subscribers as much. The site does, however, reportedly hire investigators to read and approve profiles before they are initially posted. This is a general precaution against scammers. The court held that Match.com had no duty to ensure that profiles on the site are current.