Who is a Class Member
Class members of the Pick-A-Part Receipts FACTA Class Action Settlement include all individuals “who made a purchase or other transaction at Pick-A-Part, 2274 E. Muscat Ave., Fresno, CA 93725, with your personal credit card or debit card at any time during the period December 22, 2014 to October 28, 2015 and received an electronically printed customer receipt which displays your card’s expiration date.”
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- Up to $250
Settlement Class members who submit a valid and timely claim will receive a pro rata (meaning equal) share of the net settlement fund up to $250.
Proof of Purchase
- To obtain a payment, you must attach proof with your claim form in one of the following two ways:
- Attach an original or a copy of your customer receipt that contains the expiration date of your credit or debit card that shows you made a transactions from Pick-A-Part at any time during the applicable Class period.
- Attach an original or a copy of your credit or debit card statement showing that you made a transaction at Pick-A-Part at any time during the applicable Class period. Note: Make sure you redact (white-out or mark-over) information contained in your credit or debit card statement to prevent it from showing things like your account numbers, your other purchases, etc.
Pick-A-Part Receipts FACTA Settlement Notes
- Cirena Torres v. Pick-A-Part Auto Wrecking (d/b/a Pick-A-Part, et al.
- Case No. 1:16-cv-01915-DAD-BAM
- Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California
In December 2016, Plaintiff Cirena Torres filed this putative class action lawsuit alleging that Pick-A-Part willfully violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) by printing the expiration date of her and other consumers’ credit cards and/or debit cards on their electronically printed customer receipts.
Under FACTA, businesses are prohibited from printing more than 5 digits of a customer’s debit card or credit card number on any transaction receipt. For example, if a receipt has EXP 07/22, EXP 07/2022, or even EXP **/21, the business is in violation of FACTA law. The law’s intent is to protect customers’ from identity theft and so any information printed on a transaction receipt can not lead identity thieves to the actual full credit card or debit card information of the customer.
Pick-A-Part denies that it is legally responsible to Torres or Class members and believes the claims lack merit but has agreed to settle the lawsuit to avoid further litigation. Under the terms of the Pick-A-Part Receipts FACTA settlement, the company will pay $195,000 which will go towards attorneys’ fees and administration costs. The remaining funds will be distributed pro rate (equally) among Class members who submit a valid and timely claim form. It is estimated that each Class member will receive up to $250, but that amount could be less depending on the number of claim forms received.
Complete details are provided in the Class Notice, which is available on the Pick-A-Part Receipts FACTA Settlement website.
Class members who wish to opt-out or object to the terms of the Pick-A-Part Receipts FACTA Settlement must do so by March 16, 2018. Class members who wish to participate in the settlement must submit their claim form on or before July 14, 2018.
- 7/14/18: Claim Form Deadline
- 3/16/18: Objection or Opt-Out Deadline
- 7/17/18: Final Hearing at 9:30 am PT* (class members do not need to attend this hearing in order to receive a slice of the settlement pie).
Settlement Class Members who wish to speak at the hearing should check www.ReceiptsFactaSettlement.com to confirm that the date or time of the Hearing has not been changed.
- Mail: Receipts FACTA Settlement, c/o Atticus Administration, P.O. Box 1440, Minneapolis, MN 55440
- Phone: 1-888-442-8688
- Fax: 1-844-728-8428
- Email: info@ReceiptsFACTASettlement.com
- Chant Yedelian of Chant & Company A Professional Law Corporation