Are You Eligible For Zippy’s Restaurant Data Breach Class Action Settlement?

Zippy Restaurant Data Breach Settlement

According to the Zippy’s Restaurant Data Breach Class Action Settlement, the FCH Enterprise has to pay $725000 as a settlement for the data breach losses.

The lawsuit was filed against the data breach that occurred at FCH Enterprise’s, Napolean Bakery, Kahala Sushi, Pear City Sushi, Pomaika’i Ballrooms and Zippy’s Restaurant in 2017 and 2018. The data breach compromised card details including card number, expiry date, and magnetic strip codes.

The data breach exposed many customers who used their debit and credit cards at these sites between Nov.23, 2017 and March 29, 2018.

The Enterprise has agreed to pay $725000 as a settlement for the loss caused due to this data breach.

The class members can claim up to $7500, depending on the losses they have to undergo due to the breach. Provided there are proper proofs to support the claim.

You can submit the claim online or print of the settlement website and mail it to the settlement administrator, by June 2, 2019. The class member, who wants to exclude themselves from the settlement, can do it before April 3, 2019.


Eligibility For The Claim

The customers who used a credit or debit card at Zippy’s Zippy’s Restaurants, Napolean’s Bakery, Kahala Sushi, Pear City Sushi, and Pomaika’i Ballrooms, between Nov. 23, 2017, and March 29, 2018, are all eligible for the settlement.

Potential Awards

  • Basic: $ 10
  • Expense Reimbursement: $30 to $170 against unauthorized charges caused by the security breach.
  • Extraordinary Expense: time loss and out-of-pocket-expenses. The class member, who have exhausted all available credit monitoring and identity theft insurance, can claim up to $7500, against unauthorized charges that were not denied or reimbursed, time loss and out-of-pocket-expenses.

Document Proofs

The members have needs to have documentation such as a bank, or card statement to claim Expense Reimbursement, and Extraordinary expense awards, caused by the data breach.

Claim Deadline

June 2, 2019

Final Hearing

May 3, 2019

Case Name

Joshua Bokelman, et al. v. FCH Enterprises Inc., Case No. 18-cv-00209-RJB-RLP, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii

Settlement Website

Claims Administrator

FCH Enterprises Claims Administrator
c/o CPT Group Inc.
50 Corporate Park
Irvine, CA 92606
[email protected]

Class Counsel

Rachele R. Byrd

Michael Liskow

Defense Counsel

George Hetherington

Note: The claims are submitted under penalty of perjury, and any fraudulent claim can affect other eligible members. If not sure about the settlement eligibility, you can refer to the settlement page for eligibility criteria and FAQ section for doubts.

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