Checkers Data Breech Class Action: Claim 20 Dollars – NO Proof Needed
If you paid with a debit or credit card at Checkers or Rallys within the specified timeframe, then you may be entitled to compensation. Because, allegedly there were numerous data breeches which Checker’s and Rally’s did not notify customers about and/or rectify in a timely manner. The restaurants have not admitted any wrongdoing, but have agreed to settle the case. That means you can claim up to four $5 vouchers without proof, or up to $5,000 in damages with proof.
This lawsuit is known as In re: Checkers Data Security Breach Litigation, Case No. 8:19-cv-01386-VMC-CPT, filed in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
What is a Data Breech?
A data breach is the intentional or unintentional release of secure or private/confidential information to an untrusted environment. Other terms for this phenomenon include unintentional information disclosure, data leak, information leakage and also data spill. -Wikipedia
What is a class action lawsuit settlement?
A class action lawsuit is one with multiple plaintiffs. In other words, there are more than one person being represented by the lawsuit. Oftentimes a plaintiff or plaintiffs file the case on behalf of many people who were affected by aren’t involved in the actual suit. For example, if you purchased an item that was later determined to be involved in a class action lawsuit, you may be entitled to compensation.
If you’re included in the class or group of people affected, then you can file a claim to receive money, coupons or replacement products. Each case is different, and each will specify who is included.
In addition, class action lawsuits may require proof that you are part of the group of affected people. In this case, proof of purchase or other specified proof is needed. However, in some cases, no proof is required. In that case, you can file a claim without proving that you are part of the class of people affected. Of course, when you file a claim you are doing so under penalty of perjury. So, do not file if you do not qualify.
Perjury is the intentional act of swearing a false oath or falsifying an affirmation to tell the truth, whether spoken or in writing, concerning matters material to an official proceeding. – Wikipedia
What’s this settlement about?
The lawsuit claims that Checkers was responsible for the Data Breach and asserts claims such as: breach of implied contract, negligence, negligence per se, unjust enrichment, declaratory judgment, breach of confidence, and violations of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, and California Unfair Competition Law.
Checkers denies these claims. Checkers claims, among other things, that the restaurants affected by the Data Breach were independently owned by franchisees and were not owned or controlled by Checkers itself. No court has made any judgment or other determination of any wrongdoing or violation of the law.
Who is eligible for a refund?
You’re eligible if you used a credit card or debit card to pay at Checkers or Rallys locations listed in the lawsuit (see link below) during the specified timeframe (dates in 2018 and 2019).
Is a receipt required?
No. If you do not have receipts, then you can still file a claim.
How much will I get back?
If you made a credit or debit card purchase at an affected Checkers location during timeframe specified, then you can make a claim. And, receive four (4) restaurant vouchers of $5.00, valid for one (1) year and freely transferable. You must complete the attestation and sign the Claim Form below.
With proof, you can claim damages up to $5,000.
What’s the deadline to file a claim?
October 28, 2020.
How do I file a claim?
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