Southwest Airlines is offering a cash payment between $25 and $200 to qualifying customers who used a credit or debit card to make an individual purchase or transaction at a Southwest airport ticket counter or cargo counter between 2007 and 2013, and received a printed receipt.
Supposedly, Southwest Airlines violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing the expiration date on their customer’s credit or debit card receipts.
If you qualify, you must Submit Your Online Claim Form for a $25 to $200 cash settlement by February 5, 2014.
Who Can Qualify?
You are a Class Member if you used a credit or debit card to make an individual, non-business related purchase or transaction at a Southwest airport ticket counter between October 17, 2007, and October 30, 2012, or a cargo counter between October 17, 2007, and January 25, 2013, and received a printed receipt.
You may make only 1 claim regardless of the number of credit or debit card purchases that you made between October 17, 2007, and January 25, 2013.
How Much is the Settlement?
The range of expected recovery per Class Member who submits a valid Claim Form is estimated at between $25 and $200.
The actual amount paid out will depend on the number of Class Members who submit valid Claim Forms.
This is an easy way to Save Money on Airline Tickets that you already purchased from Southwest Airlines, if you qualify for the settlement benefits.