Class Action Defense Attorneys Urged to Advise Clients about FACTA Requirements
As we previously noted, the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) is scheduled to take effect in December, 2006. Congress requires that credit card receipts provided to customers be modified so that the information contained on them no longer serves as a ready source for credit card fraud or identity theft. Under FACTA, the credit card number shown on the customer copy of the credit card receipt must be truncated and the expiration date must be omitted. Class action defense attorneys are encouraged to be proactive in warning their clients about the statute before the law becomes effective.