Do people claim data breach compensation? Absolutely. What can people be entitled to claim compensation for? In short, distress and loss, but we will go into this in more detail below.
It can be quite common for people to claim data breach compensation in today’s digital age. Read on for a little more advice about what we do. Complete a few forms on our website here now to find out more about the Virgin Media data breach group action that we are pursuing for thousands of people.
We are pursuing compensation cases for victims of the Virgin Media data leak, and we have been doing so since news of the incident emerged in the press in early 2020.
Eligible victims of this data breach could be entitled to pursue a claim for damages on a No Win, No Fee basis. We are confident that we will be able to settle claims, and victims could be eligible to receive thousands of pounds in damages.
Find out now if you are still in time to claim by completing the forms on the main part of our website here.
The Virgin Media data breach incident that was discovered at the start of 2020 amounted to the unlawful disclosure of data without consent for those who were affected.
Some 900,000 people were affected when their personal information was left exposed on a database that was accessible online. Even Virgin Media did not know about the incident until a third-party security researcher came across the unsecured database and alerted them to the problem. Unfortunately, by that time, the database had already been accessed.
We have been pursuing compensation claims on behalf of thousands of people on a No Win, No Fee basis for several years. You can find out if you are still in time to join the group action by completing a few forms on a website here now.
The risks of scammers claiming to work for Virgin Media and contacting people who were affected by the data breach event that was discovered in early 2020 could be significant.
The information of some 900,000 people was left exposed online for a period of 10 months. During that period, at least one unknown third party is understood to have accessed the database. As such, the risks are real.
If you have yet to start your Virgin Media data breach compensation claim, check to find out if you still can by completing a few forms on our website here now.
Pursuing compensation for data leaks from outsourcing and human error issues can be achieved on a No Win, No Fee basis where we believe you are eligible to recover compensation.
Whilst not from outsourcing, the Virgin Media data leak that we are representing thousands of people for did involve what we believe to be some form of human error issue. We are several years on from the start of our legal action when news of the breach hit the headlines, but you can find out if you are still in time to claim by completing a few forms on the website here now.
The risks of payment card fraud and theft from a data breach can be significant, even where actual payment card information has not been exposed in a privacy event.
This is why we always say that, even when personal contact details are affected, people can still be at risk of being targeted. This can also be why people can suffer significant distress when such information is misused or exposed.
If you are one of the 900,000 people affected by the Virgin Media data leak, and if you have not yet started your claim, find out if you are still in time to do so by completing a few forms on our website here now.
We believe that Virgin Media is liable for a data breach claim for anybody who pursues one as part of our group action, where we represent thousands of people on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We believe that there has been a clear breach of the GDPR, and that Virgin Media has been negligent in the duty of care that they had for the 900,000 people whose information was left exposed. We are committed in our fight for justice to make sure that our clients can access the compensation we believe they deserve, and we will leave no stone unturned in our efforts to do this.
If you have not yet started your claim and joined our group action, find out if you are still in time to do so by completing a few forms on our website here now.
Online retail scams can be one of the major risks that can arise when information is exposed as a result of a data leak. It is important for victims to understand the risks that they could face.
We represent thousands of people who are engaged in our Virgin Media data leak group action for compensation. Given the nature of the information that was exposed in this event, people could have been at risk of such scams.
We are several years into our group action, but you may still be in time to claim. The best thing to do is to complete a few forms on our website here to find out if you are still eligible to claim.
It was discovered in early 2020 that third parties had been unlawfully accessing records for some 900,000 people, most of whom were customers of Virgin Media.
The issue was identified as a database configuration problem, and Virgin Media were only alerted to the issue after the information had been left online for a period of 10 months. In our view, this was a clear breach of the GDPR which is why we are pursuing a group action for compensation. You can find out if you are still in time to claim by completing a few forms on our website here now.
Online shopping scams can be easy for people to fall for, and criminals use methods that can be increasingly difficult to spot, leaving people open to fraud and theft.
Given that personal contact details were affected by the Virgin Media data leak, the issue of scams and fraudulent contact were things that people need to be wary of. We will talk about this a little bit more below, but if you want to sign up for a case and find out if you are still in time to join our action, please complete a few forms on our website here now.
We are representing Claimants pursuing compensation arising from the Virgin Media Data Breach announced in March 2020.
If you have received confirmation that you have been affected by the data breach incident, you could be entitled to claim thousands of pounds in data breach compensation with us now on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We are a leading Consumer Action and Data Breach law firm that is representing Claimants in over 40 different group and multi-party actions. We sit on the Steering Committee for the first GDPR Group Litigation Order (GLO) action in England and Wales, the British Airways Group Action.
If a formal court action is established in this case, there will be a cut-off date to join. We recommend that you sign-up to start your case as soon as possible.