BCF Song Beverly Settlement
A class action lawsuit has been filed against the Burlington Coat Factory claiming the firm broker the law when they asked customers for their phone numbers when making a coat purchase (or any purchase at the store for that matter) with a credit card. Class members claim the California’s Song-Beverly Act was violated by Burlington as soon as they asked for the phone number of their customers. Please note the BCF Song Beverly Settlement ONLY APPLIES to customers who made purchases in the state of California. Burlington does not like the idea of settling but has agreed to pay over $29 million to settle the lawsuit and shut the class members up once and for all.
Burlington Coat Factory Lawsuit Notes
- Class members are defined as anyone who made a purchase at Burlington using a credit card in the state of California between the dates of Feb. 14, 2010 and Jan. 28, 2015 and were ask to provide their phone number
- Phone number request made related to a special order, delivery, cash advance or lay away, tailoring or alterations, installation, tax exempt transactions or gift registry, small business issue, or if the transaction was a return or exchange will NOT qualify for the lawsuit settlement
- All claims form are due no later than 1/20/16 and class members will receive a $10 cash or a $25 voucher
- The lawsuit is entitled Burlington Coat Factory Song-Beverly Cases, Case and is case number JCCP 4681
- STONEBARGER LAW APC AND PATTERSON LAW GROUP APC will represent all class members who stay in the lawsuit
The Superior Court for the State of California, County of Orange will conduct a fairness hearing which will take place on 2/26/2016 (class members are NOT required to attend in order to receive a Burlington $10 cash or a $25 voucher). Any questions about the lawsuit can be directed to a Burlington Class Action Settlement Claims Administrator by calling 1-888-820-1129.