Huge numbers come forward to start Virgin Media data breach claims

UK Data Group Action

Since the key coverage of the compensation action in the media last week, huge numbers of victims have come forward to start their Virgin Media data breach claims.

It’s important that people are made aware that they have the right to make a claim for compensation with No Win, No Fee support. The process for starting a case has been set up so all victims need to do is complete the simple forms on the Virgin Media Group Action website here.

Victims could be entitled to claim an estimated potential £5,000.00 in damages for the loss of control of personal information that stems from the breach. If you’ve been informed that your data was exposed, we may be able to help you.

Virgin Media data breach claims sign-up process

Victims can start their Virgin Media data breach claims by going to the Group Action website here to sign-up for No Win, No Fee representation.

If you’ve received an email, text or another form of notification that you’re one of the 900,000 people affected by the data breach, you should be eligible to start a case. All you then need to do is complete the forms and you can get your case started right away.

This service is there so you can start a real case, as we’re not just registering people’s information as some other firms do. You will have a live case and we’ll be your instructed law firm working on your behalf for a No Win, No Fee compensation claim.

About the compensation action

Victims launching their Virgin Media data breach claims will likely be grouped together to form one action, which is typically what happens in large data events like this.

The group action can then allow for the common issues, like liability, to be resolved as part of one set of court proceedings. Victims can still then claim their own compensation which could be based on categorising people based on individual elements of their case. You could be entitled to recover compensation for the distress caused by the loss of control of your personal information, as well as for any reasonable losses and expenses too. This is important given that we know at least one unknown third-party has accessed the exposed information during the data breach period of April 2019 to February 2020.

A recent court case has also paved the way for people to make a claim for simply being the victim of a breach as well, so it’s worth signing-up in any event.

What happens next?

Once you’ve signed up and started your case, all you need to do is let us do the legwork and keep you updated with regards to the progress of the action.

We pursue everyone’s Virgin Media data breach claims with the view to obtaining a settlement which could be from an overall estimated pot of £4.5bn. It may be that they will all be grouped together as part of a single court action, which we will arrange for and keep you informed about.

If a formal group action court case is established, we can make sure that you’re a part of it as a client of the firm.

IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.

Join The Virgin Media Group Action...

We are representing Claimants as part of a pending Group Action arising from the data exposure that took place between April 2019 and 28th February 2020.
If you have received confirmation that your information was exposed in the data breach, you could be entitled to claim thousands of pounds in data breach compensation with NO WIN, NO FEE representation.
Call free on 0800 634 7575 or join online.

Find Out If You Can Claim Now!

Please retain a copy of the email as proof of receipt.

Unfortunately we cannot take your claim forward at this time.

If you believe you have been affected, please:

  1. Check your spam/junk folder for the email; or
  2. Call Virgin Media on 0800 052 2621; or
  3. Make a Subject Access Request.

To verify whether or not you have been affected!

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