Burlington Coat Factory Song-Beverly Class Action Settlement
You are a class member if youUsed a credit card issued for consumer credit purposes to purchase goods from a Burlington Retail Store in the State of California during the period of time from February 14, 2010 through January 28, 2015 (“Class Period”); and
- A Burlington employee requested and recorded your telephone number in conjunction with the credit card transaction, unless one of the following applies (“Excluded Transactions”):
- You used a credit card issued to a business
- The information was requested in connection with a special order, delivery, cash advance or layaway, tailoring or alterations, installation, tax exempt transactions, or gift registry
- The transaction was a return or exchange of purchased merchandise.
$10 cash or $25 voucher
Proof of Purchase
Burlington Coat Factory Song-Beverly Cases,
Case No. JCCP 4681
Superior Court of California Orange County
According to the lawsuit Burlington violated California Civil Code section 1747.08 by requesting and recording telephone numbers from customers who paid for merchandise with a credit card at Retail Stores located in California. Burlington denied that it violated California Civil Code section 1747.08.
Both sides agreed to settle to minimize the risk and cost associated to a lengthy trial