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CREDIT CARD RECEIPTS WITH MORE THAN 5 DIGITS OF YOUR CARD NUMBER OR EXPIRATION DATE?
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Do Your Credit or Debit Card Receipts Contain More Than The Last 5 Digits Of Your Card Number or Your Expiration Date?

A team of class action lawyers has launched an investigation into retailers' practices of electronically printing credit card receipts or debit card receipts with more than the last five (5) digits of the card number or the card expiration date upon any receipt provided to the cardholder at the point of sale or transaction. If you have received a receipt for a credit card or debit card purchase that contains more than the last five (5) digits of your card number or contains your card's expiration date, you may be entitled to recover money.

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