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Check Your Credit and Debit Card Receipts, You May Be Owed Money!

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Credit and Debit Card Receipt Class Action Lawsuit Investigation

Federal law actually protects your private information from being disclosed on your credit and debit card receipts.

Under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (better known as FACTA), Vendors are only allowed to print the last five digits of a credit or debit card’s number on a receipt, and also may not include any portion of the card’s expiration date.

If an institution prints a receipt from a credit or debit card transaction that contains more than this information, they may be violating your consumer rights under FACTA. If this situation has occurred, consumers may be entitled to compensation after taking legal action.

Below is an example of what numbers to look for and what a FACTA violation may look like:

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How Do I Qualify?

You will likely qualify to participate in this credit card receipt class action investigation if the following circumstances sound familiar to you:

  • A retailer printed more than the last five digits of your debit or credit card number on a receipt; and/or
  • A retailer printed your credit or debit card’s expiration date on a receipt.

If qualified, consumers may be entitled to collect between $100 and $1000 dollars under FACTA.

If you’d like to join the Credit and Debit Card Receipt Class Action Lawsuit Investigation, we ask that you submit your claim using the button below!

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How Much Is Your Receipt Potentially Worth?

Though it varies case by case, consumers can collect $100 – $1,000 under FACTA.

Again, if you have a receipt, invoice or contract from a retailer or vendor that includes more than the last five digits of your credit card or debit card number, or any portion of the expiration date, we ask that you please contact us today! You may be entitled to compensation!

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What is the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)?

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) was passed by Congress in 2003 as an attempt to protect consumers from the increased risk of identity theft. FACTA aimed to curtail identity theft and fraud by standardizing the amount of information that could be printed on transaction receipts. The federal law states:

“No person that accepts credit cards or debit cards for the transaction of business shall print more than the last 5 digits of the card number or the expiration date upon any receipt provided to the cardholder at the point of the sale or transaction.”

These credit card receipt laws apply to any electronically printed receipt from cash registers, self-service kiosks, and restaurants. Receipts can also appear in the form of a contract or an invoice.

Receipts that are emailed, handwritten, imprinted, or included inside a package shipped to your home are not bound by the same FACTA requirements.

Editor’s Note on the Credit and Debit Card Receipt Class Action Lawsuit Investigation

If you believe to have been affected by the above issues, please fill out the form provided, here.  After you fill out the form, the attorneys who have paid for this advertisement may contact you, if you qualify, to let you know if an individual lawsuit or class action lawsuit is best for you.

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