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The Data Leak Lawyers – representing victims in over 20 different data breach actions – are fighting for the rights of victims in both these breaches. The news that Lloyds is issuing replacement cards after the data breaches comes as no surprise. With victims of both data breach incidents at immediate risk of fraud, people need protection.
There’s so much more victims can do in terms of justice for both breaches. We launched our group actions for both the British Airways data breach and the Ticketmaster data breach as soon as news broke of the incidents.
The huge Ticketmaster and British Airways data breach incidents has prompted Lloyds to issue replacement cards for affected customers. This has been done in efforts to protect victims against the imminent risks of fraud the breaches have put them at.
Lloyds is also understood to be working with the companies as part of post-data breach risk management. With hundreds of thousands affected across the two breaches, a large number of Lloyds customers are thought to be affected.
The two incidents are linked, as it’s understood that it was the same hackers behind both the British Airways and Ticketmaster data breaches.
The hackers behind the attacks are thought to be the same ones also involved in the Newegg data breach we’re also advising victims for.
There may well be others hit soon as well.
Victims of the Ticketmaster and British Airways hacks are entitled to make a claim for data breach compensation.
We’ve launched legal actions for both incidents, and we’re representing victims on a No Win, No Fee basis for claims.
Although its useful that Lloyds has stepped in to issue replacement cards for victims, people are entitled to claim compensation as well.
If you have been affected by the Ticketmaster data breach or the British Airways data breach – or both – please contact the team for assistance. All our advice is free and, on a no-obligation basis.
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