Startup Doesn't Take $30M Bait From 'Shark Tank'

Billionaire Mark Cuban asked about buying a dating app founded by three sisters.
0:49 | 01/13/15

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January is said to be the busiest month of the year for online dating. As millions of people resolve to find love in the new year dating sites use all sorts of formulas. But almost all have one thing in common they were designed by men. That's like three Bay Area women McCain sisters decided to make one apt for women it's called coffee meets bagel and the appeals growing. And in fact one keen investor wanted to peace I'll review thirty million dollars for the company which takes. That's right the K sisters turned down thirty million dollars from billionaire investor and shark tank judge Mark Cuban. There are so confident in their product and the successful matches that they have no regrets the buzz from shark tank doesn't hurt either.

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