Also, the column said that after customer Daniel Levine posted negative reviews on Google and Yelp, Master Matchmakers CEO Steven Ward responded by posting a review of Levine on the Yelp page for Levine's employer, Top Dog Solutions.
It was not immediately clear why Rela has been shut down.
The company did not respond to an email seeking comment.
We’ve all heard of Ok Cupid, the dating website that was usurped by Tinder that was usurped by Bumble that was usurped by Coffee Meets Bagel, all of which were inevitably usurped by the need to just be alone forever.
Now Ok Cupid wants you to know that people across the political spectrum are horrible at online dating. As the company has done in the past, Ok Cupid’s team of researchers did a deep dive into information they found on profiles on the site, concluding that self-identifying liberals and conservatives were both highly predictable when it came to their online profiles — and perhaps a little performative, too.
But users began noticing last week that the app, along with its Twitter-like Weibo account and website, was no longer accessible, according to users posting on Weibo under the hashtags #rela and #relahasbeenblocked.
The service was temporarily suspended due to an "important adjustment in service," Rela told users on its We Chat app account.May 11, 2017: This column advised consumers to watch for provisions in contracts that limit the ability to resolve disputes, such as language that prevents suing or joining class-action lawsuits.The company in the column, Master Matchmakers, did not include a class-action waiver in its contract, though it did include limits on damages that may be recovered.Goss’ female pal, who’s a die-hard Trump fan, told him that when she revealed her political leanings to a male Hillary Clinton supporter in the middle of a dinner date, he got up and left her with the check.“I think there’s a special stigma when people say they’re supporting Trump, because of some of the brash things that he’s said,” Goss, an associate TV producer based in Santa Clarita, Calif., tells The Post.Daniel Levine paid ,000 to the dating service Master Matchmakers to help him find true love.