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Companies typically do this when they consider a trademark application to be too similar to their own.The Intellectual Property Office has told Simove that he may have to mount a legal defence in order to retain the right to file the trademark, in event of a formal trademark opposition notice.He launched the site after previously attempting (and failing) to find dates on Tinder by setting his profile image to him emerging from an egg with the caption "Tinder surprise", and by declaring himself "Pick of the Month" on dating app Bumble, even though no such thing exists."I've had 150 matches and they were from all the around the world, such as Russia and America – that's the only reason I've been on so relatively few dates," he said."I genuinely want to meet people through this.I'm on other dating platforms, but all through my life I've tried to give myself a competitive advantage.Tinder has threatened to launch a trademark battle against a dating website that by design only shows the profile of one man – its founder.

Shinder is the brainchild of Shed Simove, a serial entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker, who launched the site in the hope of getting a date.It wasn’t until recently, when I stepped back to reflect on my time in the digital dating arena—a whirlwind of pretty faces and predictable interests and prosaic conversations—that I realized my lifetime date count had, like a strain of mutant amoebae, multiplied by more than sevenfold.But only one date—and I went on close to 50 via online services—made it past the first encounter.The whole romantic process was starting to feel forced, perfunctory, dehumanizing and, yes, expensive.“It never felt natural,” said a 28-year-old copywriter (likes Don De Lillo) who lives in Brooklyn and recently deleted his Ok Cupid and Tinder accounts in favor of offline encounters.“I felt like I was working as a machine, pumping data into a function and hoping to find the right results.” “I used to think online dating was the best thing to ever come along, but now I think it’s almost a curse,” said a 43-year-old photo editor (really good at: swimming, cartwheels, eating French fries).It's frustrating for any man to be one fish in a massive pond full of many fish – I spent nine months and a lot of money building Shinder and I thought about giving up.