Evans also claims in the lawsuit that employees are required to go on "as many as 100 dates per month," and they are "stationed in most of the major U. cities." spokeswoman Kristin Kelly called the lawsuit "completely without merit." The firm doesn't send automated winks, she said, and employees are not required to date members. "Due to the complicated nature of the fraud, and the use of technology to pertpetrate the fraud, Anthony is unable to disclose all of the examples of fraud," it says.
has about 250 employees worldwide, and 15 million members, making the date bait claim "ridiculous." "The allegations in this case have absolutely no basis in fact and are completely without merit," she said. Anthony's lawyer, Peter Mc Nulty, didn't respond to phone calls requesting comment. 'Black hole' Mike Arias, Evans' lawyer in the case, said his client learned about the alleged practices directly from a employee he dated.
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