The law demands that a credit or debit card receipt cannot reveal more than that last five digits of a purchaser's card, and must not show the expiry date. Violators are subject to paying $1,000 for each infraction of the law.
A US Federal Trade Commission survey has revealed that more than 3.2 million people were victims of identity theft in 2005.
Wegmans in the NewsJUN-01-08: Wegmans Food Market Inc. and Weis Markets Inc. defend themselves against claims they violated the federal Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing too much information on credit- or debit-card receipts. [DAILY RECORD: WEGMANS FACTA VIOLATION] Search for: Legislation would limit causes of action under identity theft protection law FACTA
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Last updated on Jun-2-08