Class Eligibility

Class Members of the FACTA settlement include: “All individuals in the United States who: (i) made a payment to Spirit Airlines (ii) using a debit or credit card, and (iii) for which Spirit printed a point of sale receipt (iv) that displayed more than the last 5 digits of the card number (v) after August 29, 2012.”

Estimated Amount

Up to $1,000.

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Rosen v. Spirit Airlines Inc., Case No. 15-cv-61375-JIC, and Christopher W. Legg v. Spirit Airlines Inc.,
Case No. 14-cv-61978-JIC
District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Case Summary

The settlement claims that Spirit Airlines Inc. violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act when it printed more than the last five digits of customers’ credit and debit card numbers on receipts.

Settlement Pool





Legg v. Spirit Airlines Inc. Claims Administrator
P.O. Box 3127
Portland, OR 97208-3127

5 responses to “Spirit Airlines FACTA Class Action Settlement”

  1. KEITH JOHNSON says:

    I KEITH A JOHNSON received a mailer related to this class action LAWSUIT, I mailed it back 5-9-2016. I have not received and response since then.
    8232 S. ARTESIAN AVE.
    CHICAGO,IL 60652-3434

    ADMIN – Hi Keith,

    The comment section is not intended for escalations. Please contact the administrator via email

  2. Lillian Graef says:

    Trying to find out if this settlement has been done yet?

    ADMIN – Hi Lilian,

    This one was paid out long time ago.

  3. Sherria Newman says:

    I have a check post marked 10/06/2016 From This Lawsuit But The Check Has Expired How Can I Get A New Check Issued

    ADMIN – Hi Sherria,

    You can’t. The admin is no longer available.

  4. Merari Fernandez says:

    I submitted my documentation and have not received a response back.

    ADMIN – Hi Merari,

    You are way too late to escalate. This settlement was paid many months ago and you no longer have recourse. In the future please follow us on Facebook or frequently check the official page for each of the settlements you file in order to make sure you have sufficient time to escalate should you not receive your check.

  5. Kelsey Donaldson says:

    I have a check dates 10/6/2016 can it be reissued?

    ADMIN – Hi Kelsey,

    No, usually administration closes shop after a few months of having issued the checks. The money left over becomes part of a second distribution or is given to charities.

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