Home Depot Breach Settlement
- Obtain more details (to include the claim form) in regards to the class action lawsuit entitled In re: The Home Depot Inc. Customer Data Security Breach Litigation
- Class members argue that the Home Depot did not inform affected data breach customers with timely notice
- Home Depot deny any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to a settlement fund of 13 million US dollars in order to put this debacle behind them
The Home Depot Breach Settlement lawsuit include anyone who used a credit or debit card at a self-checkout lane in a Home Depot store between Apr. 10, 2014 and Sept. 13, 2014 (or anyone who receive a noticed in the mail informing them that their data was breach). The Home Depot data breach was announced in the fall of 2014 and the hackers go away with customer’s credit card information and email addresses.
Home Depot Breach Settlement Quick Notes
- All claims must be filed by October 29, 2016 in order to receive a slice of the settlement pie
- The case is under review in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia and is listed as case number 1:14-md-02583-TWT
- Home Depot has hired the law firm of KING & SPALDING LLP to represent their interest
- Class members do not have to hire a lawyer as the court has already assigned Norman E. Siegel, Barrett J. Vahle, David J. Worley, John A. Yanchunis Sr., and James M. Evangelista to represent all class members who file timely claims
The Home Depot Breach Settlement administrator can be reached at [email protected] or by phone by calling 844-204-4489. Class members who elect to file their claims via US mail should fire them of to: Home Depot Data Breach Settlement, c/o KCC, P.O. Box 30212, College Station, TX 77842-3212 (please be sure to include proper postage and fill out the ENTIRE claim form).