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Cathay Pacific Data Breach Compensation

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Are you eligible to make a claim for Cathay Pacific data breach compensation? As expert data claims lawyers, we can help you.

The Cathay Pacific data breach is similar to the British Airways data breach action we’ve launched. It’s another case of a serious airliner breach, and it has affected millions of people around the world.

The Data Leak Lawyers are already representing victims claiming in over 20 different data breach actions. Our specialism and focus is on data breach class action cases. If you’ve been affected by the Cathay Pacific breach, we can help you.

Claim Cathay Pacific Data Breach Compensation

Victims can claim in the Cathay Pacific data breach compensation action if you’re affected by the incident.

A wealth of private and sensitive data has been exposed in the Cathay breach. This included:

  • Passport numbers;
  • Identity card numbers;
  • Credit card details;
  • Email addresses.

This is the kind of data that can place a victims at an immediate risk of fraud. The fact that passport numbers and payment card information as exposed is particularly concerning.

It was also revealed that hundreds of expired credit card numbers were also accessed in the breach. Cathay Pacific said they will contact victims affected by the incident, and with the time that’s passed, we expect all victims should now be aware.

What is the Cathay Pacific Data Breach Compensation action?

The Cathay Pacific data breach compensation action is aimed at justice for those affected by this breach.

Victims of a data breach can be entitled to claim compensation for any distress caused, as well as for financial, losses and expenses.

Victims could claim in the region of £1,500.00 for the distress, and losses and expenses are case-dependent. If someone became the victim of fraud and lost £10,000.00 and had to pay for a new passport, they could be entitled to recover the money lost (and spent).

No Win, No Fee Cathay Pacific Data Breach Compensation help

We’re helping victims claiming for Cathay Pacific data breach compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis. Our pledge means that our clients don’t have to pay our legal fees if the case doesn’t succeed, subject to the terms and conditions of the agreement (of course!).

We offer No Win, No Fee representation when we’re confident we can win an action. We have offered this for the other 20+ data breach actions we’re fighting in as well.

For help and advice, please contact the team.

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First published by Matthew on December 17, 2018
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