If you made a purchase from a Toys ‘R’ Us anytime between December 4, 2006, and January 5, 2007 you may be entitled to a settlement of two (2) $15 vouchers (with documentation of three or more purchases), one (1) $15 voucher (with documentation of one or two purchases) or one (1) $5 voucher (if the claimant attests under the penalty of perjury to making one or more purchases). The settlement amount is based on the amount of purchases you made during the given time frame. You MUST submit a valid claim postmarked on or before January 6, 2014 in order to receive any type of settlement voucher. The case is entitled In Re: Toys ‘R’ Us – Delaware, Inc. – Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) Litigation, and is case number CV 08-01980-MMM (FMOx) out of the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
The Toys ‘R’ UsReceipt Settlement Lawsuit revolves around claims that this popular toy maker violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act when it printed the last 5 digits of a customers credit or debit card number on their customer receipt. This is a big no no but Toys ‘R’ Us denies that it did anything wrong and claims that they cause no harm.
If you decide to stay in this class action lawsuit you will be represented by the law firms of Spiro Moore LLP, Bock & Hatch LLC, Chant & Company A Professional Law Corporation, and The Linde Law Firm. You will not have to pay for these lawyers but instead they will receive a cut of the settlement fund. The United States District Court for the Central District of California has approved an award for attorneys’ fees and expenses of no more than $525,000. If you are not happy with the terms of the Toys ‘R’ Us Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Lawsuit you have until 09-06-13 to object to the settlement.
A fairness hearing will be held in the case on November 4, 2013, at 10:00 a.m..