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Receipt Privacy Violations – Are Your Receipts Worth Money?

Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act Violations – Do You Keep Your Receipts?

According to the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), vendors are only permitted to print the last five digits of a card number on a receipt. Additionally, vendors are not allowed to print any portion of the card’s expiration date on the receipt. 

If you have a receipt from a vendor that violates these regulations, you may be entitled to take legal action!

Are You Eligible?

You may be entitled to take legal action and receive compensation if: 

  • A vendor printed more than five digits of your card number on a receipt 
  • A vendor printed the expiration date of your card on a receipt. 

If any of the above applies to you, please click the link below to learn about your legal rights!

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If you believe that what is alleged in this piece has affected you, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d be happy to help you take a step in the right direction, fight this issue, and better enable you to join the consumer class action. If interested, please send an email to, find us on Twitter or Facebook, or even connect with us directly on our website! We look forward to hearing from you all. 

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