LAWSTREET MEDIA - The suit started in January when a Bumble user alleged that it employed false advertising in connection with two "freemium" features. The plaintiff argued that Bumble exaggerated the degree to which users could enjoy dating success by advertising that the features would provide "Up to 10x more matches" and "Up to 10x more conversations." Bumble called for the case's dismissal last month. The user now argues that Bumble cannot genuinely defend its "up to" qualifier in the context of the contested advertisements. The dismissal hearing is scheduled for June 30.