(KMOV) – Victims who had their debit or credit card information stolen during a Schnucks security breach in 2012 can likely begin filing a claim for reimbursement in mid-August according to a company spokeswoman.
Victims could receive $10 to $10,000 under the agreement.
“Customers will be told who is eligible and how to file a claim for compensation for actual losses resulting from the credit/debit issue,” said Schnucks spokeswoman Lori Willis.
Final approval of the deal would happen in January 2014, said Willis.
An estimated 2.4 million credit and debit cards were compromised at Schnucks stores over a four-month period beginning in late 2012, according to the company.