A proposed class action settlement has been reached in Tsang v. Zara USA, Inc., 15-cv-11160, US District Court, ND IL Eastern Division, claiming that Zara printed more than the last four digits of credit card account numbers on in-store receipts, which is a violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1681c(g)(1).
You are included in the Class if Zara USA provided an electronically printed receipt at the point of sale in a transaction occurring inside one of Zara’s stores in the United States, from April 28, 2015, to July 1, 2015, which displayed the credit card’s first six digits. The class includes debit cards that were used as credit cards without a PIN being used, but excludes debit cards in which a PIN was used.
YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS SETTLEMENT
You can file a claim for benefits from the Settlement:
Submit a claim either by Mail or electronically by September 26, 2016 and if this settlement is approved you will receive a check for up to $100 (up to one hundred dollars) per transaction.
You may exclude yourself from the Settlement:
If you exclude yourself, you will not receive a payment, but you retain your right to sue regarding the legal claims in this case. You can object or comment on the Settlement: Write to the Court about why you don’t like the settlement. If you want to object, you must file a claim by September 26, 2016, and separately you must file your objection with the Court by October 10, 2016. You may also appear at the fairness hearing. The Court will consider your objections whether or not you appear at the fairness hearing.
You can go to a court hearing and ask to speak about the Settlement:
You may appear at the hearing or ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the settlement but you don’t have to.
Do nothing but stay in the Settlement:
If you do nothing, you will remain in the settlement class and be bound by the orders of the Court. You will not receive payment from the settlement fund that has been established in this case.