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Spirit Airlines Class Action Lawsuit Get Up To $1,000 For Alleged FACTA Violation

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Doctor of Credit.com said: Spirit has denied any wrong doing, but reached a $7,500,0000 settlement in a class action lawsuit that alleged that Spirit had violated Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing more than the last five digits of customers credit & debit cards on point of sale receipts between August 29th, 2012 to October 28, 2015.

https://spiritfactasettlement.com/

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All individuals in the United States who: (i) made a payment to Spirit Airlines (ii) using a debit or credit card, and (iii) for which Spirit printed a point-of-sale receipt (iv) that displayed more than the last 5 digits of the card number (v) after August 29, 2012.

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You do not need to provide any part of the credit card number, just attest that you made the transaction at a point-of-sale machine.

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busnut said:   You do not need to provide any part of the credit card number, just attest that you made the transaction at a point-of-sale machine.
Letter in yesterdays mail requesting credit card number and flight information.

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FB reports of checks arriving.

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