Warner claims that he had not been notified of the policy change until he had ran out of "likes" using the app on March 5 when the app stated “You’re out of likes. Get more likes in 0:00:00. Get unlimited likes with Tinder Plus for $2.99.”
Warner reluctantly purchased the premium version of the app but claims the company continuously sent more requests for payments to access Tinder Plus. This time, for a much steeper price of $19.99/month. Again, Warner purchased the app for the higher price believing the previous charge of $2.99 would be dropped. He says they continued to charge him for the previous fee. The alleged overcharging, personal experience and frustration with the app is why he is seeking damages.
This time, Warner is seeking restitution for the funds unlawfully obtained by Tinder, any and all statutory enhanced damages, court costs and attorney fees, and any other rewards awarded by the court.