Fraudulent Card Use Gives Standing in Breach Case, Plaintiffs Say – Bloomberg Law


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Plaintiffs in a proposed data breach class action are pushing back against an air and water filter company’s dismissal motion, arguing they suffered injury-in-fact that gives them standing to sue in North Carolina’s federal court.

Plaintiff Jennifer McCreary argued she and at least one other plaintiff experienced fraudulent charges on their payment cards following a cyberattack at Filters Fast LLC, according to a memorandum filed Feb. 11 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina.

McCreary sued Charlotte, N.C.-based Filters Fast in October, accusing the company of acting negligently and violating trade practice law by failing...

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