Class Action Lawsuit – IKEA Privacy Settlement – $24 Million

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IKEA was sued for printing receipts with that included just enough payment card digits to violate a federal privacy law. According to the settlement, IKEA violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing more than the last five digits of payment card numbers on electronically printed receipts—between 2017 and 2019, the retailer printed the first six and last four of card numbers, potentially putting many customers’ credit information at risk. In the settlement, they agreed to pay $24.25 million to the pool of affected customers – which means me ( how about you?)

According to the settlement, the $24.25 million will be split equally between all those who have a valid claim. It will end up being about $30 and $60 for their troubles.

You can file your claim here.