The class-action lawsuit, filed in August, 2016, alleged that AllSaints in Cook County, Illinois ignores laws that limit the number of digits in credit card numbers that can appear on receipts. AllSaints is accused of displaying 10 digits on its receipts since the stores first opened in the U.S. in 2009 while the limited number is 5, which violated the FACTA receipt rules.
Class members who made a credit or debit card purchase between July 29, 2014 and July 17, 2018 at an AllSaints retail location and were given a receipt at the point of sale that displayed more than five digits of their card numbers and/or the expiration date.
Proof of Purchase
Depending on the nature of your specific claim, you may need to provide supporting materials.
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Claim form Deadline
Mocek v. AllSaints USA Ltd., Case No. 2:16-CH-10056, in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois.
Settlement Website Status
Rafey S. Balabanian, Benjamin H. Richman of Edelson PC.
Edwin J. Kilpela, Todd D. Carpenter of Carlson Lynch Sweet Kilpela & Carpenter, LLP.