Are You Eligible For Claim In Arby’s Data Breach Settlement?

Arby’s Data Breach Settlement


According to the Arby’s Data Breach Settlement, the plaintiffs have managed to secure $2 million settlement in a class action lawsuit.

The plaintiffs have alleged in a class action lawsuit that data breach exposed the debit and credit cards information of the customers. They also said that the data breach began in 2016 when hackers received ingression to Arby’s sale system and got access to secure information of approximately 355,000 consumers.

The plaintiffs themselves claimed that they have suffered thousands due to the Arby’s data breach.

There is a list of Arby’s restaurants, in states like Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming that became a hub for this data breach. The consumer who used credit or debit cards at any of these places, between Oct 8, 2019, and Jan 12, 2017, are all eligible for the settlement.

Now, under the terms of Arby’s Data Breach Class Action Settlement, they have agreed to pay $2 million to the eligible class members.

The class Members can claim their reimbursements up to $5,000 by submitting claim form and documentation of unreimbursed expenses. The members will get free service of identity theft protection and also a recover of time and money spent to deal with the situation.

To object Arby’s settlement, Class Members can do it till March 29, 2019.


Who’s Eligible?

Consumers who used their credit or credit card, at Arby’s restaurants from Oct 8, 2016, to Jan 12, 2017, are eligible for the claim.

Potential Award

Class members can claim in unreimbursed expenses upto $5,000, for Arby’s data breach and for time spent in dealing with the data breach. They can also call for free identity theft protection.

Proof of Purchase

Documentation for expenses related to the data breach, including identity theft, ATM withdrawal fees, overdraft fees, returned checks, or preventive costs like the purchase of credit monitoring, and credit report.

Claim Form Deadline

July 13, 2019

Case Name

In re: Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. Data Security Litigation, Case No. 1:17-cv-01035, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

Final Hearing

June 4, 2019

Settlement Website

Claims Administrator

Arby’s Restaurant Group Inc. Settlement
C/O KCC Class Action Services
P.O. Box 404097
Louisville, KY 40233-4097

Class Counsel

Roy E. Barnes
John R. Bevis
J. Cameron Tribble

Stuart J. Guber
Timothy J. Peter

John A. Yanchunis
Marisa Glassman

James M. Evangelista
David J. Worley

Defense Counsel

Douglas H. Meal

NOTE: If you don’t come in the eligible list, don’t file a claim then.

Filing a fraudulent claim under penalty of perjury can harm eligible Class Members. So, check out the list of location and refer to Settlement Administrator website before you file a complaint.

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