According to the lawsuit, the site' customers claimed they were overcharged for allegedly personalized matchmaking services while disregarding daters' stated preferences such as age, employment and marital status, and criminal background.
Rather, the company makes matches which are driven entirely by monthly quota requirements, and which wholly and categorically disregard the client' stated "desires, goals [and] motivations." In addition to misrepresenting its services, the lawsuit further claims that It' Just Lunch violated New York state that prohibits dating services from using contracts that require payment in excess of $1,000.
Under the terms of the proposed settlement, It' Just Lunch would provide $60 million in vouchers for dates and $4.75 million in cash.
It’s Just Lunch is a matchmaking service that caters to all singles. All dates are organized in a discreet and private matter.
The cost of membership is currently not available on their website.
He didn't even have a job and asked me to pay for my own dinner.