If you made a point-of-sale purchase at a Forever 21 store using a credit, debit, or other payment card, you may be eligible for a payment from this class action settlement.
A Settlement has been reached with Forever 21 Retail, Inc. and Forever 21, Inc. (collectively, “Forever 21”) in a class action lawsuit about a data security incident that occurred between April 13, 2017 and October 24, 2017.
From on or about April 13, 2017 to October 24, 2017, certain Forever 21 stores were the target of a cyber-attack in which criminals accessed Forever 21’s computer systems (the “Security Incident”). Forever 21 publicly announced the Security Incident on December 28, 2017. The Security Incident potentially resulted in unauthorized access to customer payment card data, including payment card number, expiration date, and name. Subsequently, this lawsuit was filed asserting claims against Forever 21 relating to the Security Incident. A Settlement to resolve those claims has been reached between Forever 21 and the Class Representatives on behalf of the Settlement Class.
The Settlement Class includes all persons residing in the United States (1) who used a credit, debit, or other payment card to make a point-of-sale purchase at an affected Forever 21 store while payment card data at the store was at risk or (2) whose payment card data was inadvertently stored in a Forever 21 central database. The specific dates during which data was at risk vary on a store-by-store basis.
The Settlement provides payments to people who submit valid claims for out-of-pocket expenses and charges that were incurred and plausibly arose from the Security Incident, and for other extraordinary unreimbursed monetary losses.
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