www.bbbzipcodesettlement.com – Bed Bath & Beyond Class Action Lawsuit

If you shopped at a Bed Bath & Beyond store in the state of California between the dates of January 1, 2011 and January 14, 2011 and used your credit card to make the purchase you rights might be effected by the Bed Bath & Beyond Zip Code Class Action Settlement.  The lawsuit claims that BBB violated California law by requesting and recording personal identification information, including, but not limited to, home ZIP codes, of BBB customers who paid for merchandise in a California Bed Bath & Beyond store using a credit card.  The lawsuit cites  California Civil Code section 1747.08 and is entitled Barbara Salmonson v. Bed Bath & Beyond, Inc..  Bed Bath & Beyond denies all wrong doing byut has agreed to settlement terms to avoid a lengthy trial bu jury.  Class members in the case will be represented by the law firm of Schreiber & Schreiber, Inc.  A settlement hearing will take place on January 28, 2013 at the United States District Court for the Central District of California.  The courthouse is located at 312 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, California 90012.

Enough about the lawsuit… lets discuss the proposed settlement.  Under the current settlement terms class members are able to pick between two settlement offers.  1.)  $7 BBB gift card, or (2) a BBB discount certificate for 15% off any purchase up to $250.  We suggest class member take the 15$ off coupon if making a large purchase.  If a class member is making a smaller purchase go with the gift card.  All claims must be filed by 11/07/12 in order to obtain any of the settlement offers.  The claim form can be found at bbbzipcodesettlement.com or filed online at the same website.  All questions can be directed to SCHREIBER & SCHREIBER, INC., ATTN: BED BATH & BEYOND ZIP CODE SETTLEMENT, 16501 Ventura Blvd., Suite 401, Encino, California 91436.   This lawsuit is in the jurisdiction of the Central District of California.  Hopefully eligible class members will receive the gift card/coupon before the Christmas shopping season.