A 2012 class action against Successful Match ended with a November 2014 California jury award of $1. 4 million in compensatory damages and $15 million in punitive damages.  SuccessfulMatch operated a dating site for people with STDs, PositiveSingles, which it advertised as offering a "fully anonymous profile" which is "100% confidential".  The company failed to disclose that it was placing those same profiles on a long list of affiliate site domains such as GayPozDating. com, AIDSDate. com, HerpesInMouth. com, ChristianSafeHaven. com, MeetBlackPOZ. com, HIVGayMen. com, STDHookup. com, BlackPoz. com, and PositivelyKinky. com.  This falsely implied that those users were black, Christian, gay, HIV-positive or members of other groups with which the registered members did not identify.  The jury found PositiveSingles guilty of fraud, malice, and oppression as the plaintiffs' race, sexual orientation, HIV status, and religion were misrepresented by exporting each dating profile to niche sites associated with each trait.