Pizza Hut Complaint - Delivery Credit Card Numbers Imprinted Into Receipts! Is Illegal
TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA -- I have been a long time customer of Pizza Hut but fill I must stop buying from the Pizza Hut chain for the following policy practice that also illegal that a manager at one of the local Pizza Huts and at time of delivery I did talk to him.
I would like to bring to attention that the manager has drivers imprint Credit Card Numbers into the delivery receipts by rubbing it onto the receipt which is an illegal which I did bring to the attention of the driver and manager.
I did not have a problem with showing my card or any other I.D. required to assure that I was the person ordering, and I'm sure the store has records of all my past orders so they do know I already had a flawless purchase history.
FTC Passed this law in California in 1999
Through the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, Public Law 108-159, Congress pre-empted the states on credit and debit card truncation to set a national standard. Under Title I, §113 of the Act, only the last five digits of the card account number can be printed on electronically printed receipts provided to the customer. The new truncation requirement does not apply to handwritten receipts or receipts imprinted with a copy of the credit card.