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Ticketmaster data breach: don’t leave it too late to claim compensation

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Last year, Ticketmaster admitted that thousands of UK customers had their personal and financial details stolen as part of a huge data breach.

Over the last few months we’ve talked to hundreds of people who have been affected by this shocking privacy breach, and our compensation claim on behalf of 650 claimants is now ready to proceed.

If you want to be included in our NO WIN, NO FEE claim, it’s vital that you act now.

 The clock is ticking!

Last week we sent our claim to Ticketmaster’s solicitors and they have 28 days to respond. At the end of this period, depending on how many people have joined our action, we may not be able to take on any more claimants.

We believe that we are the only UK legal firm currently launching a multi-party action against Ticketmaster. So, if you want to secure compensation for the impact the data breach has had on you, don’t leave it too late.


 Why join our multi-party action?

 A data breach can result in both financial and/or identity theft. And the result of either of these can be devastating. With enough information, cybercriminals can apply for credit in your name, set up fraudulent bank accounts and access your existing accounts.

But it is becoming increasingly clear that the impact and costs people sustain following a data breach are not always immediately obvious.

We are seeing cases where the losses incurred as a direct result of the Ticketmaster data breach are only starting to become clear. This is because data stolen is often used in batches over time.

Nine months after the Ticketmaster data breach, we have discovered that:

  • 63% of all our clients have suffered multiple fraudulent transactions on their payment cards
  • 31% of all clients involved in this case suffered from distress and/or psychological trauma.

What is a multi-party action?

Multi party actions give our clients more power against big businesses. This is because a group of people who have suffered the same or similar injuries due to the negligence of the same defendant (in this case Ticketmaster) join together to claim for compensation. In short, it gives us strength in numbers.

 Don’t wait and don’t miss out

If you have been affected by the Ticketmaster data breach, either financially or emotionally, we can help!

Simply register with us and we’ll talk you through the next steps.

Making a claim is simple and doing so sends a message to organisations everywhere that they must do more to protect their customers from identity and financial theft, and emotional distress.