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A Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit (Dover v Shoe Show, Inc., Case No. 2:12-cv-00694-CB-MPK) pending in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. In the lawsuit, the Class Representative alleges Shoe Show, Inc., violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (“FACTA”) by providing receipts to retail customers that included expiration dates and/or more than the last five digits of customer credit and debit card numbers.

Shoe Show, Inc. denies any wrongdoing but has agreed to compensate Class Members through a class action lawsuit Settlement to resolve the litigation. If the Settlement is approved, Shoe Show, Inc., will provide vouchers as compensation to Class Members.

Class Members of the Shoe Show FACTA Settlement include anyone who made a purchase at any Shoe Show, Inc. retail stores during the period from June 3, 2008 through August 27, 2013, using a credit card or debit card and who received a non-compliant receipt.  The class excludes anyone who suffered identity theft as a result of any receipt they received from Shoe Show, Inc.

Class Members can claim a Tier One ($35) Voucher by submitting a completed Claim Form and providing the original or a legible copy of their non-compliant receipt. To receive a Tier One ($35) Voucher, Class Members must submit a valid Claim Form along with a non-compliant receipt postmarked no later than July 14, 2014.

After all Tier One Vouchers have been distributed, Shoe Show, Inc. will distribute a maximum of 375,000 Tier Two ($7) vouchers.  You do not need to submit a Claim Form to receive a Tier Two Voucher, which will be distributed in select Shoe Show stores on a first-come, first-served basis as further described in the settlement agreement.

This website provides important materials and information about the Settlement. Please check back regularly for updates.



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