SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco plaintiff firm filed six proposed class actions Monday seeking to penalize retailers for requesting ZIP codes from customers paying with a credit card, less than a week after the state Supreme Court ruled that practice is illegal.
Kassra Nassiri of Nassiri & Jung filed the suits — targeting Old Navy, Target Corp., Macy’s Inc., Cost Plus Inc., Toys “R” Us Inc. and Trader Joe’s Co. — on behalf of named plaintiff Heather Robertson.
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