Class Eligibility

You are a member of this class if you visited a Jimmy Choo store in the United States and paid for goods or services using a credit card or debit card between October 27, 2013 and November 2, 2015, and received a printed receipt that displayed a card expiration date, you may be entitled to benefits under a class action settlement.

Estimated Amount

75 and $175

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Kerri C. Wood v. J Choo USA, Inc.
Case No. 9:15-cv-81487-BB
District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Case Summary

In this lawsuit the plaintiff claims Jimmy Choo violated FACTA by willfully printing credit card and debit card transaction receipts at its stores in the United States that included card expiration dates, between October 27, 2013, and November 2, 2015. Jimmy Choo denies these allegations and denies any claim of wrongdoing.

Settlement Pool





8 responses to “Jimmy Choo FACTA Class Action Settlement”

  1. FOREE WHITE says:

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    ADMIN – Hi Foree,

    To file for a claim you must use the form provided. If you made purchases at Jimmy Choo you simply need to follow the instructions. Leaving your address here does nothing.

    • Jeanette Butler says:

      I brought a pair of jimmy choo but I never received a code to enter can I please code for the Id the claim form is asking for thank you

      ADMIN – Hi Jeannette,

      If you believe you are part of the class please contact the admin.

      • ADRIAN W LOVE says:

        I have claim number and have not receive a check do any one have the phone number to jimmy choo thank you all

        ADMIN – Hi Adrian,

        Scroll up and you will see the contact information for the class action administrator.

  2. FOREE WHITE says:


    ADMIN – Hi Foree,

    If you missed the deadline the brand of milk you drank no longer matters. Once the deadline has passed you no longer have a claim.

  3. maura says:

    I got an email today and they gave me confirmation code and verification number to log in and give additional information. When I tried to fill in information the confirmation code box will only take 6 NUMBERS and I was given letters to put in the confirmation code box. I tried to copy and paste but it still only let 6 characters in the box. Something is wrong with the site……

    ADMIN – Hi Maura,

    Please reach out to the class action admin.

  4. Hank Bassi says:

    Dear ,

    You are receiving this email because the information provided in your claim for the class action settlement in Wood v. J Choo USA, Inc., d/b/a Jimmy Choo, Case No. 9:15-cv-81487, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, did not correlate to the list of known class members.

    In order to receive a benefit from the class action settlement you must provide additional information by completing the questionnaire available through the link below. This information must be truthful, accurate and submitted under the penalty of perjury. The Claims Administrator will use the information provided to verify your inclusion in the class and may submit your initial claim and questionnaire to the Court for further review and adjudication if necessary.

    If the answers you provide do not meet the criteria established, your claim may be denied. You must complete and submit the questionnaire no later than April 14, 2017 or you will not receive a benefit from the class action settlement.

    “This is the letter you will recieve today reguarding this class action settlement. Along with this letter you will receive a Verification ID and a Confirmation Code..When entered the law firm submition form does not accept either code that they will provide you,so..Good luck to those getting railroaded trying to collect on this claim.”

  5. brooke says:

    The same thing happened to me. I tried to fill in the blanks but it would not let me enter enough digits in blank…
    I emailed the class action admin. but I have not heard back yet. I wonder what happens if they don’t get this fixed?

  6. natasha says:

    they will send out a correction email later …I received a correction email with the right confirmation #

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