OK, so you’re affected by the recent Virgin Media data breach and you want to make a claim for compensation. Important question: will I win?
It’s important for you to know that, when you ask us to take the case forward, there are real grounds for pursuing it. We can assure you that we will only ever take a new action forward where we believe that there’s a good chance of success, so we only launch actions like this when we think we can win. As long as you’re eligible to join the action, we believe that you should have a valid case.
We also offer No Win, No Fee representation which we only do in cases where we’re confident that we can achieve success.
Will there be a formal Virgin Media data breach class action and, if so, how will it work for victims claiming compensation here in the UK?
In the UK, a class action (also known as a Group or Multi-Party action) is where thousands of people can claim together. We’ve been involved in many, with some for just a few hundred people and others involving tens of thousands of Claimants. As specialists in this area of law, we make the process comfortable and straightforward for our clients. We can offer some insight in this article to help you understand what this means.
If you’ve yet to start your Virgin Media data breach claim, here’s what you need to know about joining the action and how we’re helping people affected by this event.
News of the cybersecurity incident surfaced earlier this month, with as many as 900,000 people falling victim to a data exposure event. Names, contact information and even some details about contracts are involved in the leak, with an unsecured database left accessible between April 2019 and February 2020.
In response to the breach, we’ve launched our group action for people affected, and we’re representing Claimants on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you’re one of the 900,000 people affected by the recent cybersecurity event, you could be entitled to make a Virgin Media GDPR claim for compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis with us.
As the breach period took place between April 2019 and February 2020, the GDPR applies. This vital piece of legislation not only means that Virgin could receive a substantial GDPR fine, but it also allows victims to make a claim for compensation. Money from fines is a totally separate thing to a legal case which is why we’ve set up the group action for people to join.
As a victim, all you need to do is complete the simple forms on the main page here and you can get your GDPR compensation claim started right away.
When it comes to the final Virgin Media data breach compensation amounts that Claimants in the group action could be entitled to receive, how does it work?
It’s important that we address this as some people can be worried that they’re “just a number” when it comes to joining a large group action. With the action potentially reaching as high as 900,000 people, you may want to make sure that you personally receive the proper justice that you’re entitled to.
Here’s an insight into how it works when it comes to settling a large action so you can be in the know right from the start.
People are asking: can I claim compensation as a victim of the recent Virgin Media data breach?
The answer is yes. We’re representing victims for No Win, No Fee cases, and we may be able to help you too.
If you’ve received a breach notification email from Virgin Media that confirms you’re one of the 9000,000 people whose information has been exposed, you should be eligible to join our action. Here, we’ll address some key questions about joining the action, what you need to do, and what may happen next.
We’ve officially launched our Virgin Media data breach group action where the 900,000 victims of the recently announced cybersecurity event can sign-up for a legal case here.
We’ve formally notified Virgin Media about the case, and we’re taking on growing numbers of new clients every day. Given the number of people affected by the beach, it’s likely that this will form into a group action with the court. There are a few ways that this can happen, but the likelihood that there will be one consolidated group is high.
As such, if you’re affected by the breach, we’ve made the process for securing your place in a formal group action nice and easy with this dedicated website.
You can start your Virgin Media data breach compensation claim quickly and easily using this site. All you need to do is complete the form on the main page, and you can get started right away.
You should be eligible to join the Virgin Media Group Action if you’ve received confirmation that you’re one of the 900,000 people affected by the recently announced cybersecurity event. If you have, this means that your personal data, which may include your name, email address, telephone number and some information about your contract, has been left unsecure and accessible online.
Data exposed in the breach had been left unsecure and accessible for a period of 10 months between April 2019 and 28th February 2020. During this period, at least one unknown third-party has reportedly accessed information, but it’s unknown as to what they’ve done thereafter.
The Virgin Media data breach action has been launched. We have taken on several cases since news of the breach broke, and we’ve contacted Virgin Media about the legal case.
Our dedicated website is the easy way to sign-up to join the compensation action. Here, you can sign-up for our No Win, No Fee representation and get your case started. If you have received confirmation from Virgin Media that you’re affected, you should be eligible to join the action.
We’re not just registering people’s details and information with the view to keeping them informed about a potential legal case. We’re offering formal representation for what’s set to become a significant group action case.
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.