Class Eligibility

You are a Class Member of this Swarovski ZIP code class action settlement if you paid for a purchase in a California Swarovski store using a credit card between May 23, 2012, and July 2, 2015, and your personal information (such as postal address, email address, telephone number, ZIP Code, etc.) was requested and recorded by a Swarovski employee or representative.

Estimated Amount

$15-$50 vouchers

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Emily Zavis v. Swarovski North America Limited, et al.
Case No. 37-2015-00003586-CU-BT-CTL
Superior Court of the State of California, County of San Diego.

Case Summary

According to the documents for this settlement Swarovski the jewelry company was accused of allegedly requesting and recording consumers’ personal identification information in tandem with credit card transactions.Requesting and recording this information is a violation of California’s Song-Beverly Credit Card Act of 1971.

Settlement Pool





Swarovski Claims Administrator
c/o Dahl Administration
P.O. Box 3614
Minneapolis, MN 55403-0614

7 responses to “Swarovski ZIP Code Class Action Settlement”

  1. Patricia Adams says:

    I was purchasing an item and I was asked for unnecessary info and I do not believe this is right

  2. Rachael Goldstein says:

    I was purchasing an item and was asked for personal info and I felt uncomfortable with this request.

  3. Ella says:

    I recently made a purchase and did not feel like this information was necessary.

  4. Johnetta Richards says:

    When will I receive my settlement voucher? I mailed a certified letter and received the response signature card, but nothing else. When will I get my voucher?

    ADMIN- Hi Johnetta,

    You will get your voucher when the case is finalized. It may take years.

  5. Sharon says:

    I missed the claim filing date. Does it have any change to claim it later like the case has been finalized? Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Sharon,

    You may not file after the deadline.

  6. Marleina Hampton says:

    I received a voucher for $50. I am now living in Arizona & am not able to use it for an online purchase or in a local store. So, while my husband was on a business trip, I went to the Swarovski store in Valencia, Ca where I did the majority of my shopping when I lived there. I was told I couldn’t use the coupon there, & I would have to find a “corporate” store! Since I did not have transportation, & leaving the next day, I was unable to use the $50. I really feel this is a rip off.

    ADMIN – Hi Marleina,

    Have you contacted the admin?

  7. Victor Yanez says:

    My name is Victor Yanez and I have received a settlement Voucher as a class member in Zavis v Swarovski NA. Unfortunaly I have not redeem the voucher and the card has an expiration date of August 4, 2016.
    I been told that should not be in CA an expiration date and I wondering if you can confirmed if I can still redeem this $50.00 Voucher or if a new Voucher card can be issue for this reason.
    Looking forward for your response to this matter, sincerely

    ADMIN – Hi Victor,

    Gift cards purchased never have expiration dates but those given for other reasons can generally have one. The administration for this settlement has already closed their helpline and you are very unlikely to get it reissued.

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