It appears that a corporation, which claims to care about the Jewish community, doesn’t feel the same way,” he wrote, referring to JDate’s parent, Spark Networks Inc.
By charging for JDate and other dating websites in its portfolio, he said that Spark earned more than £32 million a year, while his company was “a small team based out of a factory in Brooklyn”.
With legal costs mounting, JSwipe, a Tinder-inspired dating app specifically aimed at the Jewish community, has launched a crowd-funding website this week to help.
Describing it as a “David vs Goliath” fight, JSwipe’s owner, David Yarus, said his free app has 375,000 users in 70 different countries, and he has “great respect for those who came before us and others in the dating space.
Two of the world’s largest Jewish dating websites are at war over the use of the letter “J” in their titles.
JSwipe is being sued by the long-established JDate, which claims to have “intellectual property over the letter ‘J’ within the Jewish dating scene”.
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