Merchants often make requests for personal information when consumers pay with a credit card. Requests for consumers’ personal information such as their name, phone number, mailing address, e-mail address, or ZIP code are unlawful in the context of credit card sales transactions.
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Stop identity theft through "dumpster diving" in retail transactions. Discuss your concerns with an experienced class action lawsuit attorney at the law offices of Westrup Klick, LLP, in Long Beach, California.
During a credit card transaction, a retailer cannot request and record a cardholder's address, phone number, e-mail address, or ZIP code.
Our law firm focuses on obtaining justice and enforcing existing consumer protection laws through the civil litigation process. We bring class actions on behalf of groups of consumers who have been wronged when, for example, merchants invade their privacy by improperly asking for personal identification information during credit card transactions.
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your experiences with unlawful requests for personal information during credit card transactions. Our class action lawyers have extensive experience in this area of the law.
"Unlawful request for personal identification information" cases we have successfully handled on behalf of violated consumers have included the following:
Decario vs. Lerner New York, Inc., case number BC317954, Nigro vs. The Mens Wearhouse, case number 313038, Jensen vs. Gucci, case number BC311199, In Re Children’s Place Cases, case number JCCP 4418, Moriel vs. Richemont North America, LLC, dba Cartier, case number 06CC00010, Dahlerbruch vs. MontBlanc North America, LLC, case number 05CC00127, Martinez vs. Mothers Work, Inc., case number BC341369, Ben Bridge Jeweler Cases, case number JCCP 4474, Buenaventura vs. Nordstrom, Inc., case number BC344932, MAC Cosmetic Cases, JCCP 4471
Discuss your concerns with a lawyer at Westrup Klick, LLP.