Circuit Court of the 19th Judicial Circuit Lake County, Illinois
Case No. 17 CH 1118
If you a visited a Six Flags theme park or waterpark in the United States during the period October 14, 2016 through September 28, 2017 and used a credit and/or debit card to make a purchase at the park you may be entitled to one or more benefits from a class action settlement.
A proposed class action Settlement has been reached that covers four different lawsuits. The Settlement is being heard in the case of Soto, et al. v. Great America LLC, Circuit Court of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Lake County, Illinois, Case No. 17-CH-1118. The four lawsuits to be resolved by this Settlement claim that Six Flags Entertainment Corp., Great America LLC, d/b/a Six Flags Great America and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Magic Mountain LLC, and Six Flags Great Adventure, LLC (collectively “Defendants”) violated the federal Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (“FACTA”) by printing more than the last five digits of credit and debit card numbers or by failing to mask the expiration date on customers' credit and debit card receipts provided to guests at Covered Parks during some or all of the period from October 14, 2016 through September 28, 2017. A list of the Covered Parks and the date range applicable to each Covered Park can be found on this website. Defendants deny the claims or that any harm can be caused due to six additional digits or an expiration date being printed on a card receipt. Nonetheless, Defendants and the Settlement Class Representatives have agreed to settle the dispute to avoid the uncertainty and costs of further litigation and a trial.
You may be entitled to a $13 voucher that can be used the same as cash at any Covered Park for a period of two years after the date of issuance by certifying that you made a card purchase at a Covered Park during the applicable period. You may also be entitled to a payment of up to $27 per credit and/or debit card transaction if you submit proof of your transaction. Acceptable forms of proof are park credit or debit card receipts, credit card statements showing park-related transactions, or bank statements showing park-related debit card transactions for the relevant period at each park.
PLEASE READ THIS WEBSITE CAREFULLY, YOU MAY BE PART OF A CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT