You may be able to claim in the Cathay Pacific data breach compensation action if you were a victim of the recent incident.
Almost 10m passengers from around the world have had personal and sensitive data exposed in this latest airliner breach. News of the incident broke just weeks after the huge British Airways legal action was launched, which we’re representing victims for.
Cathay Pacific has pledged to ensure all customers are informed if their data was exposed. If you’ve been informed that your data was exposed in the breach, we can help you if you’re based in England or Wales.
Claiming in the Cathay Pacific data breach compensation
If you’ve been informed that you were a victim of this incident, you can be eligible to join the Cathay Pacific data breach compensation action.
The data that was exposed in this incident is incredibly personal and sensitive. It can put victims at an imminent risk of serious crime and financial fraud.
Data exposed in the breach includes:
- Passport numbers;
- Credit card information;
- Identity card information;
- Contact email addresses.
This is serious data to be exposed. It was also revealed that some of the credit card numbers exposed were for hundreds of expired cards as well.
How does the Cathay Pacific data breach compensation action work?
Claiming in the Cathay Pacific data breach compensation means fighting for compensation as a victim of the incident.
You can claim for distress caused by a breach, which can amount to around £1,500.00. You’re also entitled to claim for any costs you have to pay for, as well as for any financial losses. The last part is particularly important for anyone who does fall victim to fraud.
We can represent victims for Cathay Pacific data breach compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis. We do this because we’re confident we can succeed in the action, and the agreement does exactly what it says on the tin.
Subject to the terms and conditions, if the case loses, you don’t have to pay for our legal fees.
The Cathay Pacific data breach compensation is one of the many data breach actions our expert lawyers can help people with. Our lawyers are already fighting in over 20 different data breach actions, and we’ve helped thousands of people with advice for a number of years.
To find out if you can make a claim for data breach compensation as a victim of the Cathay Pacific incident, please contact the team. Our initial advice is totally free and on a no-obligation basis.
IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.
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