The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that a class action alleging home decor store Kirkland’s violated the federal Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act by displaying too much of customers’ debit and credit card numbers on receipts failed to show a sufficient risk of harm.

In a May 16 opinion, Superior Court Judge Mary Janes Bowes, writing for a unanimous three-judge panel, reversed a Lawrence County trial judge’s order overruling Kirkland’s preliminary objections.