$5.3M Settlement Reached in RadioShack Class Action Lawsuit

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New York, NY: A $5.3 million settlement has been reached in a consumer privacy class action lawsuit pending against RadioShack Corp.

The lawsuit, entitled Redman, et al. v. RadioShack Corp alleges that RadioShack violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing the expiration dates of credit or debit cards on receipts provided to customers.

If approved, class members who used their debit cards at a RadioShack store between 2010 and 2011 may be eligible to receive a $10 voucher from the settlement. A Final Approval Hearing is scheduled for September 17, 2013.

Class Members of the RadioShack FACTA settlement include all persons who, between August 24, 2010 and November 21, 2011, paid by credit or debit card for products or services and received an electronically printed receipt from any store that contained the expiration date of their card.

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