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We’re representing clients in the We-vibe claim action who were victims of the data breach where their personal and intimate information was collected without consent.
We’ve been pursuing claims for a while now having agreed to act for people on a No Win, No Fee basis. We’re not just registering interests and information; we’re actively pursuing claims.
If you’ve yet to start a case, you’re still in time to join the action. We’re still getting inquiries for new cases, and it’s not too late to get started. We do recommend that you initiate your claim sooner rather than later, so here’s some information on how you can get started.
You may have heard about the We-vibe app class action in the U.S., where the makers of the sex toy have been ordered to pay millions in compensation.
In the U.K., we’ve been running our own legal action since news of the data breach hit the headlines a few years ago. This is one of the dozens of different data breach actions our lawyers are fighting for justice in, and we act for a large group of victims claiming data breach compensation as a victim of the We-vibe app breach.
Although we’ve been acting for people for a number of years, it’s not too late to join the action if you’ve yet to sign up. In the U.K., the case is at a different stage to that of the U.S.
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