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The League bills itself as an ultra exclusive service with "no voyeurs, no randoms, no games, no fakes, no noise and no shame." It vets potential users through their Facebook and Linkedin accounts to verify employment and education claims, after which point registrants must be additionally vetted by a human being before they are accepted into the service.
Presently, the app is only available in seven major cities across the country, but that's about to change.
Information about the automatic renewal feature was buried in multiple pages of densely worded text that consumers could see only by clicking a “Terms and Conditions” hyperlink.
Consumers were not required to access this hyperlink as part of the enrollment process.
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It's even worse if you're certain that all those cyber-strangers would see what a catch you are if they would just give you a chance to impress.
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The League will come to Houston at the end of June as part of a 10-city summer tour, according to the Houston Business Journal.