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The app uses an algorithm to assign each user a letter grade ranging from A to F based on profile, messaging and peer review.“People in today’s society have busy lives and online dating makes it easy to connect with people that they might not ever have the opportunity to cross paths with,” Lerner said.“However, they also don’t have time to sort through an abundance of undesirable or unresponsive matches often found on other apps.”The goal of The Grade is to eliminate inappropriate, hostile and sexually suggestive messages.The Grade Cliff Lerner considers online dating the new norm.Lerner is the founder of The Grade, a dating app that aims to keep its users accountable for their behavior in the online dating sphere.Linda Carlson, of California, sued the online dating service in May 2007, alleging it discriminated against gays, lesbians and bisexuals.Carlson said she tried to use the Web site a month earlier to meet a woman, but was refused based on her sexual orientation.

The company, which conducts extensive personality profiling before introducing couples with matching values and interests, denied the allegation.“When people have a lot of choices, it makes decision-making hard.