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Have you made a purchase at a Spirit Airlines airport kiosk in the last few years?
Via Doctor of Credit, you may be eligible to make a claim in a class action lawsuit. And be compensated up to $1,000.
Here are the details of the lawsuit. And how to file a claim.
If you used an airport kiosk for a debit or credit card transaction with Spirit Airlines between August 29, 2012, and October 28, 2015, you’re eligible to participate in a class action lawsuit against the airline. You must submit your claim by June 20, 2016.
Spirit Airlines recently reached a $7,500,000 settlement in a class action lawsuit claiming they had violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA). Because they printed more than the last 5 digits of customers’ credit & debit cards on their receipts.
How Much Will You Get?
The amount you’ll receive depends on the number of claims made. But payment estimates are ~$265 to a maximum of $1,000 per claim.
And while you don’t need to submit proof along with your claim, they’ll be verifying your information with Spirit Airlines and the claims administrator. So don’t make a claim unless you meet the eligibility requirements!
Will you be joining this class action lawsuit?
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