Class Eligibility:

Shoppers in California who made a purchase at Big 5 Sporting Goods using a credit card and were asked (and provided) ZIP code or any other personal information between 2/14/2007 and 2/23/2011

Estimated Amount:

$10 voucher without proof of purchase or $25 with proof of purchase. Households are limited to four claims for either voucher or gift card

Proof of Purchase:

Not required.

Claim Form: Big 5 Sporting Goods Claim Form (mail-in only)
Case Name: Big 5 Sporting Goods Song-Beverly Cases,
Case No. JCCP4667
Los Angeles Superior Court
Case Summary:

Big 5 Sporting Goods is the latest company to fall on the wrong side of California credit card consumer protection laws, which seems to have tripped up a lot of retailers that unintentionally violated the law by asking for the zipcode of customers.Big 5 Sporting Goods denies wrongdoing bug agrees to settle to avoid the expenses associated with litigation.

Settlement Pool: Not applicable (merchandise credit and gift cards only) May be reduced Pro Rata based on the number of valid claims
Settlement Website: Big 5 Sporting Goods Class Action Settlement
Claim Form Deadline: 10/28/2014
Claims Administrator: Matatova v. Big 5 Sporting Goods
Claims Administrator
c/o Gilardi & Co. LLC
P.O. Box 8060
San Rafael, CA 94912-8060
info@Big5ZIPCodeSettlement.com
877-266-0915

2 responses to “Big 5 Sporting Goods ZIP Code Class Action Settlement”

  1. PATRICK MURPHY says:

    I made more than 10 purchases from Big 5 and I thinnk I used my credit card each time.
    I am happy with a voucher as I believer they are a great company and still deal with them regularly

  2. Sandy says:

    FYI, you can file for this claim on-line now too.

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