This Agreement, together with the Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy, Security Tips, arbitration (if any) and any terms disclosed and agreed to by you when you purchase additional features, products or services that we offer on the Service, this Agreement contains the entire agreement between you and Tinder with respect to the use of the Service. If any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid, the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. The Company`s failure to exercise or enforce any right or provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. You agree that your Tinder account is not transferable and that all your rights to your account and its content will end with your death. This Agreement does not create any agency, partnership, joint venture, trustee or other special relationship or employment, and you may not represent or bind Tinder in any way. Tinder has been spending a lot of time in dishes lately. With the help of its owner Match, Tinder pursues Bumble. According to the lawsuit, Bumble copied Tinder`s “world-changing, map-based mutual opt-in premise” — also known as right-hand swipe links/swipe interface. Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe helped found Tinder, but left the company and filed a lawsuit for alleged sexual harassment during her time there. The results of the case could help limit competition from other dating sites for the matching group, which also owns OkCupid, PlentyOfFish, etc., although other companies like Facebook will soon offer their own dating options. The addition to the Terms of Service is likely a response to Tinder`s age discrimination lawsuit. The dating service has been accused of discriminating against its older users. While younger users were charged $9.99 or $14.99 per month for the premium version, users over the age of 30 were asked to pay $19.99 per month.

In announcing the verdict against Tinder, the judge jokingly claimed that he was “sliding to the left.” The app has been accused of discrimination and has been forced to charge older users more money. We strive to be transparent in how we process your data. Because we use many of the same online services as you, we know that inadequate information and overly complicated language are common issues in privacy policies. We take the exact opposite approach: we have written our privacy policy and related documents in plain language. We actually want you to read our policies and understand our privacy practices! These new Terms of Use also include revised limitation of liability provisions. The limitation of liability clause usually limits a company`s legal exposure if, for example, you are attacked or something terrible happens during a Tinder appointment or if you are harassed online. Tinder`s new limitation of liability, which is weird in capital letters, seems pretty clear about the rights you have as a Tinder user. “IN NO EVENT SHALL TINDER, ITS AFFILIATES, EMPLOYEES, LICENSORS OR SERVICE PROVIDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE OR INCREASED DAMAGES,” THE UPDATED AGREEMENT STATES. If you have logged in with your Google Play Store account or directly via Tinder: Please contact customer service with your Google Play Store order number (you can find the order number in the order confirmation email or by logging into Google Wallet) or Tinder (you can find it in your confirmation email). You may also send or deliver a signed and dated notice by mail stating that you, the buyer, are terminating this Agreement or words having similar effect. Please also include the email address or mobile phone number associated with your account, as well as your order number.

This notice should be sent to: Tinder, Attn: Cancellations, P.O. Box 25472, Dallas, Texas 75225, USA. This Privacy Policy applies to websites, apps, events and other services operated by Tinder. For simplicity, we refer to all of these elements in this Privacy Policy as our “Services”. To make this clearer, we have added links to this Privacy Policy for all applicable services. The popular dating app Tinder removes illegal contractual terms and makes the terms of service more user-friendly. The consumer representative is satisfied with the changes that Tinder has implemented and closes its lawsuit against the company. You can change your payment method information by visiting Tinder and going to Settings. If a payment is not successfully processed due to expiration, insufficient credit, or other reasons, and you do not change your payment method information, cancel, or cancel your subscription, you remain responsible for any amounts not collected and authorize us to continue charging for the payment method as it may be updated.

This may result in a change in your payment billing information. In addition, you authorize us to receive updated or replaced expiration dates and card numbers for your credit or debit card, as specified by your credit or debit card issuer. The terms of your payment are based on your payment method and may be determined by agreements between you and the financial institution, credit card issuer or other provider of the payment method you choose. If you reside outside the Americas, you agree that your payment to Tinder will be made through MTCH Technology Services Limited. We may use and share non-personal information (i.e. information that does not in itself identify who you are, such as device information, general demographic data, general behavioral data, geolocation in anonymized form), as well as personal information in a hashed and non-human-readable form in all of the above circumstances. We may also share this information with other Match Group companies and third parties (including, but not limited to, advertisers) to develop and serve targeted advertisements for our Services and across third-party websites or applications, as well as to analyze and report the advertisements you see. We may combine this information with additional non-personal information or personal data in a hashed and non-human-readable form collected from other sources. For more information about our use of cookies and similar technologies, please see our Cookie Policy Some Tinder users have noticed a change in the terms and conditions of the app.

The company added changes regarding “retroactive and forward-looking arbitration.” Basically, the dating app prevents users from suing them. We may make changes to this Agreement and the Service from time to time. We may do this for a variety of reasons, including to reflect changes or requirements in the law, new features, or changes in business practices. The latest version of this Agreement will be published on the Service under Settings and also on, and you should periodically check for the latest version. The latest version is the version that applies. If the changes contain material changes that affect your rights or obligations, we will give you reasonable notice of the changes, which may include notice via the Service or email. If you continue to use the Service after the changes become effective, you agree to the revised Agreement. A Tinder user who met her boyfriend on the dating app said she created a contract for him just before they decided to become a couple. Annie Wright, 21, wrote a 17-page relationship after being with her current boyfriend for just two weeks. Updating Tinder`s terms of service will make it harder to sue the company in the future.

However, users who wish to retain their right to do so can send an email to [email protected] until June 7. The addition is in clause 16. In bold, the terms indicate that existing users have the option to opt out of this restriction, but it`s not easy. Instead of including an opt-out button in the app, users need to send an email to Tinder. The offer comes with an expiration date: users must send [email protected] email within 30 days of Tuesday. The Service may contain advertisements and promotions offered by third parties, as well as links to other websites or resources. Tinder is not responsible for the availability (or lack thereof) of such external websites or resources. If you choose to interact with third parties made available through our Service, that third party`s terms govern their relationship with you.

Tinder is not responsible for the terms or actions of such third parties. .