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Equifax data hack letter – What to do next

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If you are one of a number of people who has received a letter from Equifax tell you that your data has been involved in the Equifax data hack you may be worried and unsure what to do next.

Firstly. Its important for you to know that the FCA is now investigating this matter.

The good news for consumers is that the FCA has considerably more powers that the ICO and so this ensures that the matter is being treated seriously.

Secondly, unfortunately you are not alone its estimated that up to 400,000 people in the UK may have been affected by the Equifax hack.

Thirdly – We are looking into starting a group action claim to better protect the individuals affected.

If you want to be part of this claim or you would like more information then register with us via our secure form.

You can also call us if you have any questions about the process.

Once you have registered with us:

  • It’s important to keep a ‘diary’ or note of events since the hack – for example has your card been used without permission?
  • Are there transactions that you bank have picked up that you haven’t made?
  • Are you getting more ‘spam’ or junk email – With your name on? -I so create a folder and keep it – this may be relevant
  • Are you anxious or worried by the thought of people being able to access your data? Has this caused you any distress?

We will keep you updated about any new breaches via our facebook page and newsletter and also notify you when we know more about the equifax hack.


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