Claim Up to $75 Subway Credit Card Receipt FACTA Class Action Settlement

Subway Credit Card Receipt Class Action Settlement

A cash settlement has been reached in the lawsuit against Subway entitled Shane Flaum v. Doctor’s Associates, Inc.

Consumers who used a credit or debit card to buy a footlong sub or other food items at Subway may be entitled to a slice of the $30.9 million settlement pie.

Class members contend Subway violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (aka FACTA) by printing the expiration date on customers credit and debit cards on receipts.

The Subway FACTA settlement explains that not all Subway locations were affected, only those with a Subway Payment Manager system programmed to print credit or debit card expiration dates.

Subway denies any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to settle in order to avoid the cost of a long trial.

Who should file a claim?

Class Members include consumers who, between Jan. 1, 2016 and March 23, 2017, used a credit or debit card in a purchase made at a Subway location that was using the Subway Payment Manager programmed to print the card’s expiration date.” – www.dai-factasettlement.com

Please note in order to file a claim in the Subway Credit Card Receipt Class Action Settlement the class member must provide the claim ID.

If you do not have a claim ID please apply for one via online or by mail.


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Where to file a claim and or request information?

Subway Credit Card Receipt Class Action Settlement Important Dates

  • 01/22/2019: Claim form deadline
  • 03/08/2019: Settlement fairness hearing
  • 1/22/2019: Object to the settlement or file an exclusion

Subway Credit Card Receipt Class Action Settlement Contact

  • Phone: 1-888-284-3289
  • Mail: Flaum v. Doctor’s Associates, Inc. Claims Administrator, P.O. Box 404049 Louisville, KY
  • Fax: N/A

Subway is being represented by Peter Breslauer from the law firm of MONTGOMERY MCCRACKEN WALKER & RHOADS LLP.

The case is entitled Flaum v. Doctor’s Associates Inc., (Case No. 0:16-cv-61198) and is under review in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.