HUFFINGTON POST - June 10 - Tinder is charging a 25-year-old Rs 520 per month for its premium service Gold, a 33-year-old woman pays Rs 1,099 and a 36-year-old man pays Rs 1,600 for the identical service. The prices are slightly more for users of Apple devices over Android devices. "Tinder is offering exactly the same services for different prices to different individuals. That is unreasonable," said Suresh Kumar an advocate with Legal Help Line India. He suggested that users can file a complaint with the Competition Commission Of India and challenge Tinder's 'unreasonable' pricing. But Tinder is not the only company using user's data to its own advantage. In India, banks are building apps that read client's text messages, and analyse social media posts to assess loan applications.