Tinder fires employees who took company to court

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In an email sent to Match Group’s current CEO Mandy Ginsberg, former VP of marketing and communications Rosette Pambakian said that after being placed on leave when the lawsuit was filed, she was subjected to “ongoing intimidation and retaliation clearly designed to pressure me into resigning.”
Tinder, which was launched in 2012, is a social app that facilitates communication between mutually interested users. Users use a left or right swipes to choose photos of other users and potentially match with them. Chatting on Tinder is only available between two users who have swiped right on one another’s photos.
Tinder is free for anyone to use, but their premium subscription plans can get a little confusing. Tinder Plus, for example, gives you: Rewind: You can undo any swipe you’ve done. Ideally, this feature lets you re-swipe someone you accidentally swiped away forever so there are no missed connections.

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