Toys ‘R’ Us
Toys “R” Us was sued over allegations it printed more than the last five digits of customers’ credit and debit cards numbers on receipts for purchases made in stores between Dec. 4, 2006, and Jan. 5, 2007, according to a website set up to handle claims. Toys “R” Us denies it did anything wrong or caused anyone harm.
A system has been set up to compensate consumers with vouchers in accordance with the number of purchases they made during the period covered in the lawsuit. The maximum benefit is two vouchers worth $15 each.
The deadline to submit a claim is Jan. 6.