Oct 152012
 
 October 15, 2012  Business, Court, Laws

Haven’t seen one of these in a while….  a California consumer filed a potential class action lawsuit against Lululemon and Lululemon Athletica alleging violation of California’s Song-Beverly Credit Card Act.  The law prohibits merchants engaged in a credit card transaction from requiring personal information such as zip code, except in certain cases.  In this case, Lauren Chaikin alleges there was no acceptable exemption from the law, and worse, the defendants allegedly shared the information with third party vendors without consumer consent.

I’ve uploaded the complaint, which has now been moved to federal court, here.

h/t, Law360.com (paywall)

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