Phillips v. Mapco Express, Inc. and Delek US Holdings, Inc.

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IF YOU SUFFERED PERSONAL OR FINANCIAL LOSSES IN THE SPRING 2013 MAPCO DATA BREACH, YOU COULD GET A PAYMENT FROM A CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT.If you used a credit card or debit card to make a purchase at a store owned and operated by MAPCO Express, Inc. (“MAPCO”) between March 1, 2013 and April 30, 2103, the proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit could affect your rights, and entitle you to a settlement.The plaintiff in a lawsuit called Mandi Phillips v. MAPCO Express, Inc., et al. claims that she and other similarly situated persons suffered losses and damages after MAPCO sustained a Data Breach in the spring of 2013, when certain of its customers’ payment card data was stolen from its data systems in a hacking incident. Plaintiff claims that MAPCO was negligent and violated the law by not preventing the Data Breach. The parties to the Phillips lawsuit have asked the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, where the case is pending, to approve a settlement of the dispute on a class-wide basis.You are a member of the proposed Settlement Class if you:

  • Are a resident of the United States or one of its territories;
  • Made a purchase at a MAPCO store, using a debit card or credit card, between March 1, 2013 and April 30, 2013;
  • Are the person responsible for the charges on that card; and
  • Sustained damages as a result of the data breach (including out-of-pocket losses, unreimbursed fraudulent charges, or time spent remedying issues related to the Data Breach).

Settlement Class Members who submit a valid and timely claim by January 26, 2017 for incurred financial losses as a result of the MAPCO data breach will receive a settlement payment if the Court provides final settlement approval.

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I was curious about the settlement: actual damages up to $500 plus $15/hr for your time, up to 5 hours with documented losses or 2 without.

Wonder who came up with the $15/hr thing that is being used in these.

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