You may be eligible for a Ticketmaster data breach claim if you have been affected by the recent breach involving some 400,000 UK victims’ payment card information.
If you’re unhappy about being a victim of the Ticketmaster data breach and you would like to join our action for justice, you’re more than welcome to do so.
We’ve already taken on a number of cases because we’re satisfied that the prospects of success for the legal action are good. There are a number of reasons as to why Ticketmaster are liable for claims in our view, so read on for advice and feel free to contact the team to start a claim.
The Ticketmaster data breach compensation action is underway. We’ve accepted No Win, No Fee cases having assessed the prospects of the case.
There are a number of factors that have come to light that means we’re confident Ticketmaster is liable to pay compensation to victims. With some 40,000 customers affected and a number of claims taken on – including one for a member of our own staff – we’re moving ahead with our legal action.
If you’re affected, you can contact our team for Ticketmaster data breach compensation advice now.
There has been a Ticketmaster data breach that we’re advising victims for and taking on claims for data breach compensation.
People who used the Tickmaster service between February and June 2018 may have been affected.
The Ticketmaster data breach was discovered on Saturday 23rd June and customers have today received email notifications confirming whether they have been affected by the breach. Personal information and payment information is thought to have been accessed.