In suits against Costco, In-N-Out Burger and dozens of other chains, class action lawyers are trying to show that companies broke financial privacy laws by putting too much bank card information on sales receipts.

The payoff could be huge. In an ongoing federal case against retailer Cost Plus, plaintiffs said overly detailed sales slips exposed 3.4 million shoppers nationwide to identity theft.

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