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Woman seeking rich lover wins dating agency payout
Dating agency told to pay client £13k after it failed to find woman wealthy ‘man of my dreams’
The Scoop: Dating on your own can be difficult. Your ideal match may not be in your current social network, and it takes time and effort to search for compatible dates both online and offline. Although online dating is increasingly popular among young singles, not everyone feels comfortable posting their private information on a dating site or app.
Not enough fish: woman successfully sues dating agency over lack of men
Tereza Burki had sued Seventy Thirty, based in Knightsbridge, central London, for deceit and misrepresentation. Burki, 47, a mother of three who lives in Chelsea, approached the dating service in in pursuit of a new partner. Her most important requirement was a willingness to have more children since she had always wanted four.
Gertrude Stein quipped that whoever said money can't buy happiness didn't know where to shop. This case is about a woman looking for romantic happiness who says she was tricked into shopping in the wrong place, paying a large sum to a dating agency which, she says, made promises but failed to produce the goods. The two actions were tried together.