Class Eligibility

You are a member of the settlement if you are a Tinder customer in California who subscribed to Tinder Gold or Plus between March 2, 2015 and March 1, 2019 and were at least 29 years old when you made this purchase.

Estimated Amount

Automatic one-time allotment of 50 Super Likes if the Tinder account is still active. Class members who submit a claim will either receive an additional allotment of 25 Super Likes if the account is still active, a $25 check, or a one-month free subscription to Tinder as long as they don’t already have a subscription at the time of activation.

Proof of Purchase

Unique ID is needed to submit a claim. This is found on the Postcard Notice.

Case Name

Lisa Kim v. Tinder, Inc., et al.
Case No. 2:18-cv-03093-JFW-AS,

U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

Case Summary

Tinder is accused of charging customers who subscribed to Tinder Plus or Gold, who were at least 29 years of age, a higher price. This violated California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act and the California Unfair Competition Law.

Settlement Pool


Settlement Website




Kim v. Tinder
c/o Epiq
P.O. Box 3219
Portland, OR 97208-3219


2 responses to “Tinder’s Unfair Pricing Class Action Settlement”

  1. Sean Covert says:

    Tinder has banned my account for violating their terms of service. I had not used or spoken to anyone on the account in months. They took my money and refused to tell me why I was banned.

    This seems to be a systematic practice. I would like to speak to someone about filing a class action suit.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Sean.¬†Sorry to hear that. However, since we are only a newspaper of class action settlements, we have no direct connection to the cases we report about. It’s up to our subscribers to follow up directly with their respective settlement administrators. Hope you eventually got in touch with the settlement admin regarding your question.

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