Godiva, Class Seek Approval Of $6.3M Credit Card Settlement
Law360, New York (September 13, 2016, 4:22 PM EDT) -- A proposed class of consumers suing Godiva Chocolatier Inc. for allegedly publishing more than the last five digits of their credit card numbers in violation of federal law asked a Florida federal judge to approve their $6.3 million settlement on Monday.
The proposed settlement would be the third-largest in the history of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act — which, among other things, mandates the truncation of credit and debit card information on receipts in order to limit identity theft — according to Monday’s motions for approval.
In addition, the proposed class counsel seeks more than $2.1 million in fees...
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