T-Mobile Credit Card Privacy Violation Class Lawsuit


The T-Mobile Credit Card Privacy Lawsuit claims that the California’s Song-Beverly Credit Card Act was violated when T-Mobile gathered customers’ zip codes, addresses, e-mail address, phone numbers and other personal identification information when these customers made credit card transactions.  The case is entitled Edward Pringle v. T-Mobile USA, Inc. (case number 12-cv-00132) and is in the jurisdiction of the Superior Court of California, County of Marin.  The lawsuit is gunning for the maximum statutory penalty for class members who had their “personal identification information” gathered as a condition to accepting a credit card payment at a California Mobile retail stores.  It would do T-Mobile good to keep their valued customers information more private in the future.