PNI Digital Media Data Breach Class Action Settlement
You are included in the Settlement Class if you reside in the United States and made an online payment to one or more Retailers for photo services using a credit, debit, or other payment card between June 2014 and the end of July 2015, and provided payment card information to PNI.
Class Members are eligible to receive reimbursement of up to $250 (in total) for the following categories of out-pocket expenses resulting from the Security Incident:
- Unreimbursed bank fees;
- Unreimbursed card reissuance fees;
- Unreimbursed overdraft fees;
- Unreimbursed charges related to unavailability of funds;
- Unreimbursed late fees;
- Unreimbursed over-limit fees;
- Long distance telephone charges;
- Cell minutes (if charged by minute);
- Internet usage charges and text messages;
- Unreimbursed charges from banks or credit card companies;
- Interest on payday loans due to card cancelation or due to over-limit situation;
- Costs of credit report(s);
- Costs of credit monitoring and identity theft protection (up to $120); and/or
- Reimbursement of up to three hours of documented lost time (at $15 per hour) spent dealing with replacement card issues or in reversing fraudulent charges and an additional $20 payment for each credit or debit card on which documented fraudulent charges, were incurred that were later reimbursed.
Class Members who had other extraordinary unreimbursed monetary losses because of information compromised as part of the Security Incident are eligible to make a claim for reimbursement of up to $10,000.
Proof of Purchase
T.A.N. v. PNI Digital Media, Inc.Case No. 2:16-cv-132-LGW-RSBUnited States District Court For the Southern District of Georgia
The lawsuit claims that PNI was responsible for the Security Incident that occurred and asserts claims such as violations of Georgia’s data breach statute, negligence, breach of contract and breach of implied contract, bailment, and unjust enrichment. The lawsuit seeks compensation for people who had losses as a result of the Security Incident. PNI denies all of the Plaintiff’s claims and says it did not do anything wrong.