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Medieval Times Settles Credit Information Class Action for $2M

Newark NJ: A federal court in Trenton, NJ, has approved a class action settlement brought against Medieval Times over allegations the company violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Ac ("FACTA"). The plaintiffs in the lawsuit claimed that Medieval Times provided prohibited information, including the expiration date, on its customers' credit and/or debit card receipts.

Although Medieval Times deny the allegations in this case, under the settlement terms the company has agreed to pay $525,000 and provide 25,000 free tickets to class members and others.

Medieval Times has also agreed to certain injunctive relief requiring ongoing testing and confirmation of FACTA compliance. The total value of the settlement is $2,023,750. Class counsel was also awarded attorney's fees and cost in the amount of $404,750.

"This is an excellent settlement and provides a real benefit to the Class and the public," said an attorney representing the plaintiffs.

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Published on Mar-16-12


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