MODESTO, Calif. — Customers of Save Mart Supermarkets who used a credit card to make purchases between July 2003 and July 2004 have until today to submit legal forms that could make them eligible for free $20 gift cards from the chain as part of a proposed legal settlement of a class-action suit, according to local news reports. The suit, filed five years ago, charged that the chain asked customers filling out credit card forms to include their telephone numbers — a violation of California ...

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