Chicago Credit Card Receipt Violation Lawyers
Dedicated to Protecting Your Consumer Rights
The federal Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) was enacted in 2006 in an effort to curb the rise of fraud and identity theft. Businesses are required, by law, to shorten your credit card number on receipts to no more than the last five digits of the number; and remove the credit card expiration date entirely. If you have received a credit card receipt that is in violation of this law, you may be entitled to compensation.
At Keogh Law, LTD, our Chicago credit card receipt violation attorneys have extensive experience protecting your rights from illegal practices. You are protected by law from the potential damage that may be caused by this disclosure of private information, and we will work diligently to make sure your identity stays protected.
If you have been wronged by a business who is not protecting your credit card information, contact the attorneys of Keogh Law, Ltd. today by calling 866-726-1092 or by filling out our contact form.
Holding Businesses Accountable
Most people do not pay too much attention to their receipts. You may not think that disclosure of your credit card’s expiration date or the last few digits is a big deal. The fact is, even limited information may be all that is necessary for a criminal to commit identity theft and fraud under your name. It can take years to reclaim your life if this happens. We can help you make sure that businesses follow the law and stop putting their customers at risk of criminal activity. We also handle a variety of other credit card privacy issues.
Keogh Law, Ltd., has dedicated attorneys whose careers are centered around consumer law and protecting consumers from illegal business practices. Mr. Keogh, for example, has been named a SuperLawyer for 2013, 2014 and 2015, and a Rising Star for the previous years of 2008 – 2012. Himself and the firm have been recognized throughout Cook County for providing confident and effective representation for consumers.
Call for a Free Consultation With an Illinois Consumer Protection Attorney
We can help protect you and others from the disclosure of private information. Our firm handles cases in Chicago as well as nationwide, acting as trusted co-counsel for other attorneys. Contact us online or call 866-726-1092 for a free consultation. We handle a majority of our cases on a contingency basis.