Details for SC Press Bargain Hunt/FA

If You Received A Bargain Hunt
Store Receipt That Showed More
Than The Last 5 Digits Of Your
Credit/Debit Card Number, Your
Rights May Be Affected By A Class
Action Settlement.

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What is this lawsuit about? The lawsuit alleges
that customers who used a credit or debit card at
Bargain Hunt stores were provided with electronicallyprinted customer receipts which had more than the last
five digits of their card number printed on the receipt.
Bargain Hunt denies any wrongdoing but is settling the
claims in this lawsuit.
Who is included in the Settlement? You are
included in the Settlement if you used your personal
credit or debit card at any Bargain Hunt store and you
were provided with an electronically-printed customer
receipt between August 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017 that
shows more than the last 5 digits of your card number.
What are my rights? Submit A Claim - You
can get up to $100 from the Settlement. To
be eligible for any money, you must submit a
Claim Form by March 22, 2021 along with:
(1) An original or copy of a receipt from any
Bargain Hunt store between August 1, 2016
and June 30, 2017 showing more than the last
5 digits of your credit/debit card number; or
(2) An original or copy of your credit/debit card
statement showing your first and last name, and a
purchase from any Bargain Hunt store between August
1, 2016 and June 30, 2017.
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details on benefits available and how to submit a claim.

Do Nothing – If you do nothing, you will remain
in the Settlement, but you will not receive any
money from the Settlement, and you will be bound
by the orders and judgment of the Court and
give up your rights to sue for the claims resolved
by this Settlement. Object – You can stay in the
Settlement and object to the Settlement. Your
objection must be mailed to the Settlement
Administrator on or before February 5, 2021.
Exclude Yourself – If you do not want to be legally
bound by the Settlement and you want to preserve
your right to sue about the claims released by this
Settlement, you must request to be excluded on or
before February 5, 2021. If you exclude yourself, you
will not receive any money from this Settlement.
The parties will request a Fairness Hearing before the
Honorable Judge Andy Prather, Division 2, on April 1,
2021, at 10:00 a.m. to decide whether to approve the
settlement and to award attorneys’ fees and expenses
to the Settlement Class Counsel appointed by the
Court, plus Settlement Class Representative incentive
awards. If the hearing date/location changes, the
updated information will be posted on the settlement
website. Applicable pleadings will be posted on the
website below after they are filed. You may attend
this hearing, but you do not have to. If you want to be
represented by your own lawyer, you may hire one at
your own expense, but you do not have to.
This is a summary notice only. For more
information about the Settlement, including the
Long Form Notice and Claim Form, please visit or write Bargain
Hunt Settlement, PO Box 42546, Philadelphia, PA
19101-2546 or call 1-833-913-4213.


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