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The news that the British Airways data theft compensation action is set to widen as more victims were affected than first thought was worrying.
Whether you’re a victim of the August to September breach, or the latest news of the April to July Reward Customers breach, we can help. As soon as news broke of the BA data theft incident, we started our legal action and have been taking on cases ever since.
If you have yet to sign up for British Airways data theft compensation, or if you’ve just found out you’re affected by the latest breach news, get in touch for help today.
You can read more about the British Airways data theft compensation action on the whole here.
In short, the action is to claim compensation for anyone whose details have been compromised in the 2018 breaches. With full payment card details exposed, this is as serious breach, and one that has left hundreds of thousands of victims at an imminent risk of fraud.
Given the news that more victims were affected than originally thought, we’re closely monitoring to see whether there may be more victims yet to be revealed.
Victims can claim British Airways data theft compensation for both financial losses as well as for the distress of being a victim of the incident itself.
We’re offering No Win, No Fee legal representation for anyone who wants to claim for British Airways data theft compensation with us.
This means that, subject to the terms and conditions of the agreement, we can waive our legal fees if your case doesn’t win.
There are no hidden costs or sneaky fees. We offer No Win, No Fee help because we know that most people cannot afford to pay fees if a case doesn’t win.
We are currently operating No Win, No Fee schemes for all of the 20+ data breach compensation actions our lawyers are currently fighting in.
You can sign-up for British Airways data theft compensation today quickly and easily.
Check out our information page here for more details and how to contact the team for help and advice.
Our initial advice is completely free and on a no-obligation basis.
You could be entitled to claim over £1,250.00 just as a victim of the breach itself. Any financial losses can also be claimed on top of that.
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