A 2003 federal law designed to combat identity theft has triggered a series of putative class action suits against retailers in New Jersey and other states.

The suits in New Jersey charge Toys “R” Us outlets, Quick-Chek convenience stores, Hess gas stations and Avis and Budget car rental companies with putting too much identifying information on credit card and debit card receipts.

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